Beautiful Pristine Art Nouveau Silver Desktop Photo Picture Frame Antique 1902
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Beautiful Pristine Art Nouveau Silver Desktop Photo Picture Frame Antique 1902:
This is for abeautifully preservedoriginal art nouveau English sterling silver desktop photo frame 1902....its in exactly the condition you want to find it !!.The front has avery stylishwhiplash pattern running up both sides that incorporates intricately embossed lillies, andthere is a raised oval cartouche at the top that is blank. As well as the raised pattern the silver has a weave like finish all over thebackground that emphasises the raised decoration,and because it has not been polished this has a lovely richpatina. The silvercarries a full set of hallmarks on the bottom for London 1902 along with the makers initials A&J.Z for A & J Zimmerman (Arthur & John Zimmerman). It is completely original and has its hinged stand on the back. It isin excellent conditionwith no damage or wear to the silver, there are no dings or dents, no splits holes or cracks, no repairs or restorations to it anywhere. The velvet cover at the back is just very lightlyfaded but thats all. Itmeasures 125mm (5") x 95mm (3.75"). Please checkoutall the other antiquejewellery, art deco and art nouveau items, smoking and writing implements, scientific instruments and all the other vintage ladies and gentlemans accessories we are selling on this week. We will always combine items together to reduce postage costs.
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On 02-Jul-13 at 15:50:41 BST, seller added the following information:
sorry, my mistake it is of course Birmingham 1902....not London 1902 as stated above