Irish Edwardian Era Silver Mether or Drinking Vessel with Four Stepped Curved Handles

MIS-68577

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A very unusual Edwardian good quality Irish silver mether, commonly used as a drinking vessel, standing on four curved stepped handles with a plain shaped body and a square crimped lip. This piece would also be suitable as a very stylish vase or a desk tidy. In very good original condition. (1903).

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In Stock

£ 1,250.00

Specifications

MakerJohn Smyth, Dublin, Ireland.
Date1903
Height14cm (5.5")
Width11.4cm (4.5")
Depth11.4cm (4.5")
Weight367g

Description

A very unusual Edwardian good quality Irish silver mether, commonly used as a drinking vessel, standing on four curved stepped handles with a plain shaped body and a square crimped lip. This piece would also be suitable as a very stylish vase or a desk tidy. In very good original condition.