VICTORIAN PINK SATIN ART GLASS SILVERPLATE EPERGNEVictorian pink satin art glass epergne centerpiece, late 19th/ early 20th c., single ruffled flute over a shaped dish, raised on silver plate pedestal base with daisy motif, marked EPNS (electroplated nickel silver) underfoot, approx 17"h, 10.75"diam, 3lbs
MAPPIN BROS GILT EPERGNE COPELAND PARIAN FIGURESEnglish Victorian epergne centerpiece, late 19th c., Mappin Brothers, single ruffled colorless glass flute, over a shaped dish with etched ferns, raised on a gilt metal stem and tripartite base, engraved with sea-lion holding a trident, three Parian ware bisque classical female figures marked Copeland, restoration to flute stem, approx 24.25"h, 11"diam
(2) COLORLESS GLASS EPERGNE & CENTERPIECE(lot of 2) Colorless glass epergne and centerpiece, late 20th c., comprising: (1) centerpiece, the bowl having a gilt painted border, rising on twisting spiral standard, resting on gilt painted circular foot, approx 13.75"h, 6.75"diam; (1) epergne, having scalloped rim trumpet-form flute resting in gilt metal urn form cup, rising on three curved legs with foliate elements, set on a marble base, some chips to rim and marble, approx 13"h, 5.25"diam; 5lbs total**Provenance: a fine San Antonio estate**
(2) FRENCH GLASS & SPELTER EPERGNE CENTERPIECES(pair) French glass and spelter epergne centerpieces, the molded and cut glass flute over a shallow bowl, both having scalloped rim, accented by star and diamond decoration, resting on openwork spelter base, rising on four legs, (one) with hairline fracture, (one) with some minute chips, approx 15"h, 9.75"w; 7.25lbs total
FINE FRENCH GILT BRONZE & ONYX & GLASS EPERGNEFrench gilt bronze epergne, colorless glass trumpet-form flute with shaped rim, cut and etched decorative band, seated in foliate support, over circular onyx tier with pierced gallery, handles modeled as grotesques, pedestal base, raised on openwork feet, approx 19.25"h, 13.5"w, 11.25"d, 7lbs **Provenance: from a private Austin, Texas estate collection**
(LOT) COLLECTION ART GLASS, SILVERPLATE, LOSS(lot) Collection of art glass and silverplate, all with loss, wear and issues, including: (1) large cranberry epergne with applied colorless rigaree, central flute is loose in holder, support for flutes has one missing (broken off) metal support, as pictured, no chips or cracks to glass; (1) octagonal shaped mirror with chip to edge; (1) silver plate caster set containing six bottles with applied floral design, silver is dented, bottles do not fit in frame any longer; (1) Victorian cranberry epergne, base only, lacking all flutes; (1) worn silver plate footed brides basket, cased glass with butterfly embellishments (bowl is in good condition); (1) pickle castor frame only with lid; (1) Fenton Epergne in blue hobnail opalescent, flute missing; (1) silver claw foot tong, to pickle castor frame; (1) large silverplate ladle; overall wear, loss, etc, largest: approx 14.5"h, 7"h; 7.25lbs total
VICTORIAN CRANBERRY ART GLASS EPERGNE CENTERPIECEVictorian cranberry glass epergne, late 19th/ early 20th c., having ruffled flute centering four alternating flutes, all with applied colorless rigaree, over an undulating bowl, flute affixed to base, approx 22.25"h, 10.75"diam, 4.25lbs
VICTORIAN PINK SATIN RUFFLED ART GLASS EPERGNEVictorian pink satin art glass epergne, late 19th/ early 20th c., the single ruffled flute over a shaped dish, rising on a remnants of gilt a gilt finish to metal base with a fruited pattern and putti masks on scrolled legs, approx 23"h, 12.25"diam, 4.75lbs
VICTORIAN OPALESCENT CRANBERRY EPERNE CENTERPIECEVictorian opalescent and cranberry epergne, late 19th/ early 20thc., having three flutes with applied rigaree in undulating bowl, bowl intact with fracture, overall: approx 21"h, 9.25"diam, 3lbs
SILVERPLATE. EPERGNE AGINCOURT (1844 SHIP). An ornate silver epergne that was presented to Captain Neatby by the passengers of the Agincourt (1844 ship). The Agincourt is noted for being a prisoner transport ship however it also served as a transport ship for immigrants to Australia. Engraved with the following "Presented/ to /Captain Neatby/ by the/ Cabin Passengers of the/ Ship Agincourt/ from Sydney to London/ May 1848." From a White Plains, NY estate. Dimensions: 17 1/2" in height X 22" in width. Condition: Good, with light surface scratches, minor dings/dents, and losses to silverplate. One sconce has become detached. Glass bowl is not original and exhibits flee bites and a crack.
LARGE ANTIQUE GILT BRONZE PLANT FORM EPERGNE. Nice patina, large size. From a Darien CT estate. Dimensions: 26" x 16" Condition: 2 of the glass inserts as / is (See tape covering loss on pr of inserts in images).
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