Ewer in 925 mil silver

Ewer in 925 mil silver by Edouard & John Barnard. Ovoid-shaped model with a round pedestal, engraved decoration with palmettes and medallions, represented by an antique young woman, one at her toilet and the other carried by Mercury. A snake forming a natural handle is wrapped around the body and neck, chasing a butterfly resting on the hinged fretel lid.


The third numbered medallion: "this jug forms part of a presentation valued at £ 300 from his patients to Professor J. SENTON REID, MD BELFAST 1866". English goldsmith's hallmarks, city and date. Diamond pattern registration punch under the Victorian era used between 1842-1883.


Dimensions: height 34 cm - base diameter 10 cm


Material: Solid silver 925 ml - Goldsmith: Edouard & John Barnard (recorded in 1851), London - Origin: England

Dimensions Length x Width x Height
3.93 × 3.93 × 13.38 in
0.81 kg
XIXth century
Decorative art

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