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Late Victorian Silver Plate and Etched Glass Epergne

Late Victorian silver plate and etched glass epergne with presentation engraving.

The three footed base supports three eagles resting on scrolled bracket supports, which in turn hold a shallow glass bowl with a central flute rising from it.  The glass bowl and flute are finely decorated with etched fern leaves.  The EPBM (electro-plate base metal) frame was produced by James Dixon & Sons of Sheffield, England.

The engraving around the base reads:  A.E.Redman  Bexhill  1904, likely a going away or retirement gift from friends or colleagues.  *

The epergne comes easily for cleaning or storage.

17 1/2” (44.5cm) high, 8” (20.3cm) diameter.



* Bexhill, or Bexhill-on-sea, is a seaside town in East Sussex, In the south east of England.