A really great Art Deco piece manufactured by Wilcox Silver Plate Company, of Meriden, Connecticut. This wonderful decorative piece features a brilliant cut glass flower vase in the form of a horn. The horn has geometric designs that open into a petal pattern. This beautiful flower vase is supported by a leaf motif base with a recumbent deity, whose wings are to either side of the horn. This piece is in as found condition, we have preserved the great patina, that gives it a great aged look.
This exceptional Art Deco piece is in good vintage condition with no signs of alterations or repairs. It has some wear to the silver plate and there is one small dent to the base. The cut glass vase is in excellent condition, without any chips, cracks or scratches. There is one minor defect in the glass, on the inside of the horn. Please review all the photos!
The bottom is marked with the Wilcox Silver Plate Company Mark and the style number. The Wilcox Silver Plate Company was organized in 1865 as Wilcox Britannia Co by Jedediah and Horace Wilcox, Charles Parker, Aaron Collins and Hezekiah Miller and others. The name was changed to Wilcox Silver Plate Co in 1867. In 1869 was acquired Parker & Casper Co, a specialist in silver plate hollowware. Wilcox Silver Plate Co was one of the original companies that became part of International Silver Company in 1898. A great piece from a historical firm.
Dimensions: 9” tall, 8-1/8” across, and 3” wide at the base. The top of the cut glass vase is 3-3/8” in diameter.
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