A late 19th Century four branch epergne in George III style. Circa 1900
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|Marked||Made in England|
|Width of Base||15.2cm (6")|
A late 19th Century four branch epergne in George III style with four acanthus leaf design scroll arms holding four deep cut diamond and fan shaped cut glass bowls. The central body has four scroll and leaf supports to hold the central bowl. The base is square shaped with gadroon borders and stands on four floral paw feet.
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