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    pair sheffield silver plate epergnes cut glass dishes bowls

    You are viewing an incredible pair of Sheffield silverplate and cut glass epergenes in the manner of Matthew Boulton. The pair have been crafted from silver plate and crystal glass and stand on the mirrored silver stands.

     
    It's really hard to know where to start when describing this gorgeous pair, such is the wealth of details and quality craftsmanship. They're a highly original and collectable pair and the levels and quality of craftmanship are outstanding and simply breathtaking. In a practical sense these can be used for serving food, sweets or other edible items, or maybe dried flowers, pot pourri or whatever else your imagination could conjure up! More commonly this would be used also as a very elegant decorative item for your home.
     
    They sit on the circular silverplate base on raised lions paw feet which is a mirror so it reflects the epergene from the underside. Rising from the main body are four arms, again intricately created from silver plate, this time depicting scrolling vines leading to the four smaller crystal glass dishes and the large centre bowl. The photos are perhaps the best way of admiring this piece although when you've seen this piece in the flesh you can appreciate how they also fall short.
     
    They are offered in perfect condition and we will ship it to anywhere in the world. This will be expertly packed and we have lots of experience shipping these sort of items.
     
    Dimensions are in cm:
    Small dish
    Width x Depth x Height
    13 x 13 x 5
     
    Bowl
    Width x Depth x Height
    25 x 25 x 10
     
    Tray
    Width x Depth x Height
    41 x 41 x 5

    Price: SOLD

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