4-horn Green & Iridescent Gold Glass Epergne In English Sp Holder C1880 For Sale
GORGEOUS 19TH CENTURY 4-HORN EPERGNE WITH RIBBED GREEN AND IRIDESCENT GOLD HORNS IN W.S. SAVAGE & CO. SILVERPLATE HOLDER
You are offerding on an absolutely gorgeous 4-horn Victorian era epergne that has slightly ribbed green and gold iridescent horns in a lovely silverplate holder by W.S. Savage & Co. dating to a period between 1876 and 1900. The piece, when assembled, stands 14" tall. The center horn is 7" in length and the three smaller horns are 4-1/2" in length. The frame is beautiful with acanthus leaves near the triangular shaped base and three paw feet. The base is marked by W.S. Savage & Co. (Sheffield) and EP. I do not see any base metal showing through at all and the glass is in perfect condition as well. I do not know who the maker is on the beautiful horns.
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