24 April 2008
A VICTORIAN SILVER CENTREPIECE
MARK OF ROBERT GARRARD, LONDON, 1876
The shaped base on scroll-capped feet and with drapery and flower swag apron, supporting three cast putto and fruiting grapevine stem with central pierced bowl, marked on base, underneath bowl and on the foot of each putto, one foot further stamped 'R & S GARRARD PANTON ST. LONDON'
19¼ in. (48.8 cm.) high
179 oz. (5,572 gr.)
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