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A LARGE EDWARDIAN SILVER CENTREPIECE IN THE 19TH CENTURY FRENCH MANNER,
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A LARGE EDWARDIAN SILVER CENTREPIECE IN THE 19TH CENTURY FRENCH MANNER,

MARK OF ELKINGTON & CO., BIRMINGHAM, 1906,

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A LARGE EDWARDIAN SILVER CENTREPIECE IN THE 19TH CENTURY FRENCH MANNER,
MARK OF ELKINGTON & CO., BIRMINGHAM, 1906,
The central, double-lipped bowl chased with foliage around a cartouche on either side, both engraved with the Japanese chrysanthemum emblem, fitted with cut-glass dish, the bowl on tapering base applied with trailing flowers, flanked by two large cast reclining female classical figures carousing at a banquet, each with a vine-wrapped vase beside her, the base with three sunken recesses, the two at either end chased with large anthemion motif, the sides with elaborate floral & rococo decoration, gilt interior to bowl, 35¼ in. long (90 cm.), 13¼ in. high (34 cm.), 326.5 oz.
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