Sheffield Silver Plate & Cut Glass Epergne Candelabra Centerpiece C 1900 For Sale
Sheffield Silver Plate & Cut Glass Epergne Candelabra Centerpiece c 1900
Note This week we have more fine antiques and quality collectibles from local estates and consignors including Royal Crown Derby, Nymphenburg, KPM, Meissen, Roseville art pottery, cast iron horse hitching posts, art deco bronze, French oil painting, silver plate centerpiece, art glass, and much more! Check out all our new listings.Description Very fine quality Georgian design Sheffield silver plate epergne centerpiece. Has a large cut glass bowl in the center and 4 smaller bowls on the outside arms. Bowls can be removed and the piece converts to a wonderful candelabra. Hallmarked on bottom as shown.Age Circa 1900.Size 13 1/2" tall x 17" diameter.Condition Very good overall with a couple rim chips on center bowl as shown. Outer bowls are later good replacements.Local Buyers This item can be inspected at our showroom in the Vintage937 antique mall located in Carrollton Plaza in West Carrollton, Ohio, 1190 E. Dixie Dr., Dayton, OH 45449 on Tuesday through Saturday from 10:00am to 6:00pm and Sunday noon--5:00pm ET. This item can be paid for and picked up at this location on the Tuesday following the close of the sale from 2:00pm to 6:00pm ET. Buyers that pick up the item in person will not pay any shipping charges. We collect Ohio State Sales Tax from all Ohio buyers unless they present us with a valid resale license.Terms of Sale We are in the business of liquidating items from individuals and local estates and therefore do not accept returns. All items are sold as-is and all sales are final. Payment is expected within 3 days. Please contact us if you need to make special arrangements. Paypal is preferred for online payment. Cash and checks are accepted if payment is made in person. We usually ship within 3 days after payment is made. We combine shipping on multiple items when appropriate to save you money! Most antiques exhibit a variety of age effects and manufacturing flaws considered normal and even desirable by the antique collecting community. Any significant defects or damage that are found will be identified and described to the best of our ability. All measurements should be considered approximate.
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