Rebecca Emes and Edward Barnard George III Neoclassical sterling silver centerpiece with cut glass bowl, set in a circular gadrooned frame with four reeded legs having leafy pierced capitals and paw feet, joined by an undertier with grape cluster and leaf finial; hallmarks for Emes and Barnard, Sterling, London, 1813. Overall – 10" H. Bowl – 11" dia. Framed – 7" H. 31.43 oz troy. Provenance: Private Southern Collection. , ex-Manheim Galleries, New Orleans. CONDITION: Two 1/8" flakes to glass bowl, some wear and scratching to bottom of bowl. Frame in excellent condition aside from a few small spots of pitting to base.
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