For the golfing enthusiasts we have a pair of early / mid 20th c. silver-plated toast racks composed of intersecting golf clubs. Each rack has six slots where toast, or for that matter, letters, photographs etc... can be placed. The middle clubs have a ball between them and a ring attached for holding and carrying. Four balled feet raise the base off the ground. Stamped underside are four Victorian letters within a shield separated by a daisy flower. This is an English silver-plate hallmark, although I have not tried to identify the maker (I have a hard time identifying Victorian type). A nice decorative element for your table or desk !
Size : 6 3/8" (16.19 cm) Wide // 3 1/2" (8.89 cm) Deep // 6 3/4" (17.15 cm) Tall
Condition : Each rack took me around an hour to polish so I've saved you the trouble of that. The center clubs with the ball and handle in one rack is slightly bent to one side. Not obvious and I did not attempt to straighten for fear of breakage. Otherwise excellent and ready to use.
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