Fine Antique Silver & Objects of Vertu
SOLD - CENTREPIECES
The items below have been sold, and remain here for reference purposes only.
Silver 3-Fluted Epergne Centrepiece
Made by Daniel & Arter, Birmingham 1913
Silver Stag Centrepiece / Candlestick.
Made by J.A.C. of London in 2002.
Made by W.F.J. of Birmingham in 1991.
Designed by Peter Thursby.
A Large Silver Centrepiece.
Made by B.Bros of London in 2000.
French Silver Cockerel Centrepiece.
Import mark for John Smith of London in 1898.
Art Nouveau Silver Four Dish Epergne.
Made by W.H. Sparrow of Birmingham in 1920.
Victorian Silver Centrepiece.
Made by Charles Hancock of London in 1876/77.
A Victorian silver & Wild Boar centrepiece.
Made by Henry Marshall of London in 1899.
A pair of Victorian silver & cut glass comports.
'Summer & Winter'
Made by John Samuel Hunt of London in 1846.
Silver & Cut Crystal Centrepiece.
Made by Edward Barnard & Sons in London, 1934.
Length 12.4" (31.5cm).
A Silver & Rock Crystal Centrepiece.
Made by Liberty & Co. of London in 1918.
Height 12" (30cm). Weight 47.5 troy oz (1480g).
A Victorian silver "Blackamoor" centrepiece.
Made by George Angell in London, 1877.
Height 9" (23cm). Weight 28.5 Troy oz (900gr).
A pair of silver pheasants.
Made by Berthold Muller, import marks for Chester, 1910 & London, 1930.
Length of "wings-up" pheasant 17" (43cm). Total weight 44.5 troy oz. (1.38kg).
Chinese export silver & mother of pearl centrepiece.
Made by Wang Hing, circa 1890.
Height 10" (25.5cm).