I.Franks is pleased to offer a fine range of antique sterling silver Epergnes from the Victorian period. All of our antique, Victorian 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 Victorian Epergnes to see a larger picture.
Made Circa 1900
Made in circa 1900 this Antique, Silver Plate Epergne has three flower trumpets and two leaf dishes. It is in perfect condition and is 14 inches (36cm) tall with a spread of 17.5 inches (45cm) and a depth of 9.5 inches (24cm).
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Hallmarked In 1876
Hallmarked in London, 1876 by Stephen Smith, this wonderful, Victorian, antique silver epergne, features a circular glass dish, and trumpet shaped glass vase, ornate chasing around the body and cast and applied acanthus detailed feet. The epergne measures 21 inches (53cm) tall, by 10.75 inches (27cm) in diameter.
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Made Circa 1880
Made Circa 1880, this striking, large, antique Silver Plated epergne, stands at 27.5 inches (10cm) tall, and measures 21 inches (53cm) in spread. The epergne features oranate decoration on the feet and around the arms, and the top and arms can be removed for cleaning.
£5,675ADD TO BASKET MORE PHOTOS
Hallmarked In 1850
Hallmarked in London, 1850 by Savoury Brothers, this is a splendid Antique Victorian, Sterling Silver Centrepiece. The triangular base stands on three applied feet with floral decoration. There is a crest on one of the base panels. The three candle branches take on an organic form with flower and leaf design. The central cut glass bowl has fan shaped cutting forming a jagged edge. The bowl has diameter of 10"(25.5cm) and a depth of 4"(10cm). The centrepiece itself is 15"(38.5cm) tall and 15"(38.5cm) across. The base is 8"(20cm) in diameter. The silver weight of the piece is 60.46 troy ounces.
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Hallmarked In 1856
Hallmarked in Birmingham, 1856 by Elkington & Company, this striking, Victorian, Antique, Sterling Silver Epergne, is in the naturalistic style, with grape and vine decoration, three candle holders, and a glass dish to the centre. The epergne measures 26.75 inches (68cm) tall, by 15 inches (38cm) in spread. The epergne without the glass dish weighs 109.8 troy ounces.
£9,250ADD TO BASKET MORE PHOTOS
Hallmarked In 1876
Hallmarked in London in 1876 by Robert Hennell III, this wonderful, Victorian, Antique, Sterling Silver Centrepiece, was originally the Warwick Cup race trophy, and stands on a wooden plinth with a beaded band and engraved presentation inscription. The front of the trophy is beautifully chased with a scene depicting Warwick castle, and the other side of the trophy is engraved with the coat of arms for Lord Edward Heneage, the 1st Baron Heneage. The centrepiece measures 31"(80cm) tall, by 21"(54cm) wide, by 16"(41cm) deep, and the silver weighs 168 troy ounces. The presentation inscription reads "Warwick September Meeting - 1876 - The Warwick Cup - Won by - Mr Heneage's "Freeman""
£24,975ADD TO BASKET MORE PHOTOS
Hallmarked In 1874
Hallmarked in London in 1874 by Alexander Macrae, this fantastic, Antique, Victorian, Sterling Silver Suite of three Comports, feature an ornate chased base with cherubs supporting the central bowls. The larger comport measures 53cm (21 inches) in height and 32cm (12.5 inches) in diameter. The two smaller comports measure 38cm (15 inches) in height and 27cm (10.5 inches) in diameter. The suite weighs 165 troy ozs excluding the glass.
£26,750ADD TO BASKET MORE PHOTOS
Hallmarked In 1854
Hallmarked in London in 1854 by George Angell, this sublime Victorian, Antique, Sterling Silver Centrepiece has a glass bowl to the centre and space for 6 candles. The base stands on acanthus detailed scroll feet, and is decorated with 3 cast figures. The centrepiece measures 28"(71cm) tall, by 15"(38cm) wide and deep, and weighs 229 troy ounces.
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Hallmarked In 1868
Hallmarked in Birmingham in 1868 by Elkington & Co. This magnificent centrepiece was presented to Captain George Tryon (later Admiral) in recognition of his important role in the Abyssinia Expedition to free missionaries and representatives of the British Government, who had been imprisoned by Emperor Tewodros II of Ethiopia. Tryon acted as the transport officer to Annesley Bay for troops and supplies heading to Abyssinia with General Robert Napier’s expedition. He was given the Companionship of the Bath by her Majesty Queen Victoria as a reward for his services, and presented with this monumental centrepiece decorated with scenes depicting his activities in the campaign. The centrepiece stands on a mirror plateau which in turn stands on a wooden base with silver plaques and anchors. The overall height is 31.5” (80cm). The base diameter is 23”(59cm).
£95,750ADD TO BASKET MORE PHOTOS
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