Antique Victorian to Edwardian Era 9" Calling Card Receiver, Tray, Banded Agate Cabochons, Boar Head MedallionAntique Victorian to Edwardian Era 9" Calling Card Receiver, Tray, Banded Agate Cabochons, Boar Head MedallionAntique Victorian to Edwardian Era 9" Calling Card Receiver, Tray, Banded Agate Cabochons, Boar Head MedallionAntique Victorian to Edwardian Era 9" Calling Card Receiver, Tray, Banded Agate Cabochons, Boar Head MedallionAntique Victorian to Edwardian Era 9" Calling Card Receiver, Tray, Banded Agate Cabochons, Boar Head MedallionAntique Victorian to Edwardian Era 9" Calling Card Receiver, Tray, Banded Agate Cabochons, Boar Head Medallion

Unique antique Victorian to early Edwardian era silver plated bronze or brass 9" calling card receiver tray with large banded agate 'jewels' or cabochons and center wild boar head heraldry center medallion! I'm pretty sure that this was originally a tazza, with a raised base of some sort that someone has removed so it could be wall displayed. The boar medallion likely originally had a threaded back that the base would have screwed into. In any event, it's a lovely piece and definitely a visually impressive decorative accent. Genuine banded agate all the way around.

Very good condition, with the details above and age considered. Very little, if any, loss or wear to the silver plating. There are three sets of tiny hole pairs along the inside of the rim, not sure of the purpose. See pictures for all measurements.

Item ID: 518ragate

Antique Victorian to Edwardian Era 9" Calling Card Receiver, Tray, Banded Agate Cabochons, Boar Head Medallion

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Susan Dean
San Marcos
CA
  

Antique French sterling silver, Georgian jewelry, sewing, Black Forest, etc 17th to 19th c. European

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