London, South Kensington
21 February 2007
A VICTORIAN SILVER VASE CENTREPIECE,
MARK OF CARTWRIGHT & WOODWARD, BIRMINGHAM, 1866,
The triform stand with three winged sea horses, inscription & armorial on base, the fluted cylindrical column with fluted, campana-shaped knop below a pedestal supporting a pierced vase holder, with moulded glass vase, 19¾ in. high (50 cm.), 49 oz.
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