A superb Victorian silver plated rose bowl c.1895
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|Maker||Latham & Morton, Birmingham|
A superb quality Victorian silver plated rose bowl with a shaped cast monteith rim. The plain circular bowl has masked looped handles. The circular shaped pedestal has two detachable winged gargoyles.
Maker: Latham & Morton, Birmingham
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