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On offer is this truly lovely antique silver centrepiece. It's in good condition overall, the silver shines up beautifully still all over. There are notable dents and dings around the base section and the holders for the vases do have splits in them but as shown in the photos all adding to the aged charm and character of the piece.

It's of traditional form with a fixed shallow bowl base and protruding from the centre an upright trumpet vase and three smaller vases. All feature a poppy head crimped rim and look fantastic when on display.

Supported by a fixed black base complete with presentation plaque on one side which reads "Mr & Mrs Cooper 1889 - 1914" - a 25th wedding anniversary gift.

Fully hallmarked around the base for Birmingham 1912 and the maker George Edwin Walton & Co. The vases each hallmarked for 1912 too.

It measures a decorative 14cm (5 and 1/2 inches) in diameter, 31cm (12 and 1/4 inches) in total height and is ready to be collected and enjoyed once again!

The postage quote is for "Tracked Airmail" - full tracking number provided.

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Item ID: rl00070

Antique Sterling Silver Epergne Centrepiece

$420 USD

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Matthew Cook
Carlisle
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