I.Franks is pleased to offer a fine range of antique sterling silver Epergnes from the George III period. All of our antique, George III silver Epergnes can be purchased online, or from our shop in the London Silver Vaults and come with a certificate of authenticity, guaranteed by our membership of LAPADA. Please click on an image of any of the George III Epergnes to see a larger picture.
Hallmarked In 1810
This wonderful antique Georgian silver epergne carries hallmarks for Birmingham, 1810 by Matthew Boulton and holds a large central cut glass dish supported by a column style frame and four lions feet. The main body features fluting decoration, gadroon borders, cast lion's heads and a pine fruit shaped finial with four additional smaller dishes surrounding the body. This handsome centerpiece measures 12.75 inches (32.5 cms) tall by 23.5 inches (60 cms) in spread and weighs 95 ozt without the glass.
£16,750ADD TO BASKET MORE PHOTOS
Hallmarked In 1793
Hallmarked in London, 1793 by Henry Green, this handsome, George III, Antique, Sterling Silver Epergne, is in the neoclassical style, and has four removable round bowls, 2 smaller removable oval bowls, and a larger oval bowl to the centre. The epergne measures 17.75 inches (45cm) tall, by 26 inches (66cm) wide.
£29,750ADD TO BASKET MORE PHOTOS
Hallmarked In 1762
Hallmarked in London, 1762 by Thomas Pitts, this striking, ornate, antique silver epergne, features four shallow dish arms, a larger central bowl with glass liner, cast and applied floral decoration and wonderful pierced work. The epergne measures 13.5 inches (34cm) tall, by 20 inches (51cm) wide.
£34,750ADD TO BASKET MORE PHOTOS
Hallmarked In 1763
Hallmarked in London in 1763 by Thomas Pitts, this Antique, Sterling Silver, early George III Epergne is the rarer, larger, 9 basket variety and makes for an extremely impressive display. The epergne features cast and applied decoration to the borders and feet, with piercing to the body. It comes with an additional piece that fits underneath the central bowl. This later extension tube carries a hallmark for Charles Fox II circa 1825 and was presumably commisioned by the then owner to increase the height of the epergne. The epergne measures 36cm (14.25 inches) in height, 66cm (26 inches) in width and 62cm (24.5 inches) in depth. It weighs 155 oz troy.
£49,750ADD TO BASKET MORE PHOTOS
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