Pair of Antique Victorian Sterling Silver and Glass Comports, 1848

Pair of Antique Victorian Sterling Silver and Glass Comports, 1848
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1848 England
A pair of impressive antique Victorian silver comports with magnificent silver bases supporting elegant cut glass dishes. The silver bases each show a classical mythological style figure, one of a woman with a lamb beside her and the other showing a young man with a goat. The figures are each depicted resting on a thick grape vine and the vine branches reach up to support the dish on a canopy of vine leaves and grapes.

These comports are of exceptional quality and heavy weight and a great deal of attention has been paid to the detailing on the figures.

Made in London in 1848 by John S. Hunt.

Approximate weight 4918g / 158.14oz
Measures: Approximate height 36.7cm
Approximate diameter of dishes 29 cm

Each comport has a set of Full English Hallmarks.

The comports are in excellent condition with no dents or damage.

Stock code: CEN01 VIC01 BOW01MS.
Made in England
Date - 1848
Maker - John Samuel Hunt

Height 0.39 inch (1.00 cm)
Diameter 0.39 inch (1.00 cm)

CONDITION

Good

MEDIUM

Sterling Silver
£35,000

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