An antique Victorian Walker and Hall silver plated centrepiece epergne with three sitting Camels on the base. Circa 1890
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|Maker||Walker and Hall, Sheffield|
|Width of Base||22.8cm (9")|
A very unusual antique Victorian Walker and Hall silver plated centrepiece epergne with three detachable arms decorated with gargoyles. The fluted column leads down to a triangular base with a sitting Camel positioned on each corner and standing on decorated claw feet. The four star cut glass bowls feature a shell scalloped edge.
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