Browse our Collection of Exceptional Antique Silver, Sterling Silver and Silver Plate Centre Pieces, Comports and Epergnes
A very good quality Victorian silver plated comport or tazza in a circular form with a electroformed central plaque in the bowl decorated with flower and scrolls and a central winged cherub. Knobbed stem and fluted splayed base. In very good original silver plating. (c.1890).
A beautiful good quality Victorian Elkington & Co partial gilt comport with a cranberry and clear glass overlay circular bowl supported on three open work scroll supports with floral motifs. Standing on a circular embossed base with cast paw style feet. In very good condition without chips to the glass. (c.1890).
Very good quality late Victorian Walker & Hall silver plated comport or tazza in a circular form with a richly embossed border with panels of floral and fruit decoration. The knobbed stem is also highly decorated and stands on a splayed foot. In very good re-plated condition. (Circa 1895).
A very good quality cast Victorian silver plated circular comport bowl with the original opaque white glass liner, cast scroll handles and a Fleur De Lys style gallery frame. Standing on a circular detachable fluted style foot. (Circa 1890).
A beautiful pair of figural boy and girl silver plated comports standing 35.6cm (14") tall. (c.1890)
Stylish very good quality Mappin & Webb Art Deco silver plated comport with a ribbed Bakelite stem and detachable circular splayed base. The piece is in very good original condition but there are some surface scratches inside the bowl. (Circa 1940).
A very stylish vintage English silver plate Art Deco style comport with a stepped circular bowl, clear glass ball stem and stands on a splayed stepped base. In very good original condition. (Circa 1935).
An impressive Old Sheffield Plate four arm epergne or centre piece by Matthew Bolton. (c.1835)
A late Victorian silver plated table centre piece or epergne with four mythical gargoyles with paw feet. (c.1890)
A stunning huge size antique Victorian silver plated epergne with four cast detachable scroll and leaf arms and five hand chased bowls. (c.1880)