TWO VICTORIAN SILVER LARGE FURNISHING VASES
TWO VICTORIAN SILVER LARGE FURNISHING VASES
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PROPERTY FROM AN IMPORTANT EUROPEAN COLLECTOR (LOTS 204 AND 205)
TWO VICTORIAN SILVER LARGE FURNISHING VASES

MARK OF WILLIAM MOULSON, LONDON, 1855 AND 1856, BRITANNIA STANDARD; PROBABLY RETAILED BY LAMBERT & RAWLINGS

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TWO VICTORIAN SILVER LARGE FURNISHING VASES
MARK OF WILLIAM MOULSON, LONDON, 1855 AND 1856, BRITANNIA STANDARD; PROBABLY RETAILED BY LAMBERT & RAWLINGS
In the Charles II style, with fruit and acanthus foliage on a matted ground, marked underneath
16 ½ in. (41.8 cm.) high
91 oz. 2 dwt. (2,834 gr.)
Provenance
The Art of Europe; Sotheby's, London, 10 July 2013, lot 123.
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Lot Essay

Vases of this pattern were shown by Lambert and Co. (successors to Lambert and Rawlings) at the International Exhibition, London, in 1862 illustrated here. The firm was started by Francis Lambert in 1803 and became an important retailer of reproduction and antique silver. William Rawlings became a partner in 1819 after the demise of Lambert in 1841, Rawlings continued the business until his retirement in 1861. Wrangham & Moulson, were one of Lambert's chief manufacturing silversmiths.

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