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OFFERED FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION is this particularly attractive and very large Antique English Sterling Silver Centerpiece by Joseph Rogers & Sons, dated back 1897, Sheffield. This Centerpiece or serving bowl is wholly made of solid sterling silver, weighs impressive Troy ounces (3,494 grams.)


The gondola shaped design is quite unique and eye-catching, adorned with elegant scroll and acanthus pattern on the contoured edge. And it has especially beautiful side handles, finely embellished with rocaille Rococo scallop borders. There is a slight influence of Art Nouveau style in the shape of handles. This wonderful piece was created in 1897 - the beginning of the style - so it makes perfect sense. The oval shaped bowl has opulent gadroon finish toward the bottom, which gives this beautiful piece even more presence.

As handsome as useful, this particularly attractive Antique English Sterling Silver Centerpiece is sure to draw admiring glances from your guests, lends an air of sophistication to any decor. Usually, those high quality pieces bear monogram or coat of arms, but this fabulous piece remains free from any form of personalisation. Excellent condition and superb details.

Hallmarked English Essayer Marks of Sheffield, 1897, guaranteed solid 925/1000 purity sterling silver. Maker's mark of Joseph Rogers & Sons.


Measurements & Condition

10.8 in (27.5 cm) tall x 20.8 in (53 cm) wide w/handles x 10.2 inch (26 cm) large.
Weight 112.33 Troy oz (3,494 grams)

Excellent Estate Condition with minor sign of light use. Some usual, age-related scratch marks. Otherwise in quite excellent shape, professionally polished and ready to grace your table. Please refer the detail photos we added.


(Item Reference No.00813-240)


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JOSEPH ROGERS & SONS Antique English Victorian Centerpiece 1897

SKU: 00813-D240
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