Epergne

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Warwick Vase Cooler

Exceptional Quality, Georgian Antique English, Sterling Silver Warwick Wine Cooler. Date 1825

A Very Good Example, Antique English Sterling Silver Georgian Warwick Vase Wine Cooler Complete With The Original Insert & Collar, All Pieces Clearly & Correctly Hallmarked. Made By  Waterhouse, Hodson & Co,  Date 1825. Measures 10″ High x 12.5″ Wide Over Handles. Weight 3830 Grams = 123 .15 Troy Oz =    135.15 Regular Ounces = Almost 8 1/2 Lbs
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Large Sterling Silver Epergne. Hand Made For Asprey Of London

Large, Sterling Silver, 5 Basket Pierced Epergne / Centerpiece. Hand Made For Asprey Of London. All The Baskets Detach, And Can Be Used Individually. Great For The Center Of A Large Dining Table, Or On A Large Sideboard.  26.5″ Tall x 24″ Wide
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Hand Made Sterling Silver Epergne With Pierced Baskets / Dishes

Large And Very Decorative Sterling Silver Epergne With Seven Detachable Baskets. A Large Oval Center Basket, With Six Smaller Matching Side Baskets. Pierced And Chased Decoration With Garlands. Standing On Four Feet.
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George III, Sterling Silver Epergne With Crystal Inserts

Antique English, George III, Sterling Silver 4 Arm Epergne / Centerpiece. Large Center Crystal Bowl With 4 Matching Side Bowls. Each Arm Is Numbered And Can Be  Detached From The Main Frame Of The Epergne.  Each Piece Is Fully & Correctly Hallmarked. There is a very small, later, hand engraved presentation inscription on the lower rim of the epergne, that reads as follows; Presented To Arthur C Newsum Esq By The Members Of The Association Of Wagon Financing Companies, As A Mark Of Their High Esteem And In Appreciation Of The Valuable Services Rendered By Him As Chairman During The Years 1912-1920. York, 3rd November 1920.  
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Georgian, Sterling Silver Epergne

GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER EPERGNE: Early George III, Sterling Silver & Cut Glass Epergne By Thomas Pitts, London 1760. Raised on four scroll supports on openwork feet, base and detachable central basket pierced with quatrefoils and stars, openwork apron of flowers and foliage, four detachable scroll branches topped with silver-mounted cut-glass baskets fully marked. 18 1/2″ x 18 1/2″ x 12″ high.