London, South Kensington
24 May 2007
A STEVENS AND WILLIAMS IVORY OPAL EPERGNE
Of creamy-yellow tint edged with translucent ruby glass, the central trumpet rising from a metal and glass junction and surrounded by three small trumpets and three leaf-forms trailed in translucent ruby, on a domed base
22 in. (56 cm.) high
The Royal Brierley Collection, sale Sotheby's, 3rd March 1998, lot 209.
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The Festival of Britain Exhibition, 1951, catalogue no. 129, pl. VI.
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