EMES & BARNARD

English Silver Two-Handled Wine Cooler

Circa 1830

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Description

English late Georgian sterling silver centerpiece bowl or wine cooler made by Rebecca Emes and Edward Barnard, London.

  • Bellied bowl with chased and stippled decoration.
  • Concave neck and turned-down leaf-and-dart rim.
  • Leaf-capped and -wrapped side handles with oak branch mounts.
  • Short knopped support with egg-and-dart and leaf-and-dart borders on lobed and stippled foot with applied leaves.
  • Plain and square base.
  • Opulent classical centerpiece for flowers or wine.
  • Marked (worn).
Condition Report
Revive
Fair
Good
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Like New

Minor wear and occasional scratches consistent with age and use.

Deep patina.

Dimensions
Height: 9 inches / 22.86 cm
Width: 14.25 inches / 36.2 cm
Depth: 9.5 inches / 24.13 cm

Gross Weight: 55 troy ounces

Materials
Sterling Silver
Period
Georgian
Decorative Style
Traditional Style
Country of Origin
United Kingdom
SKU

C5M8Y

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