This antique Edwardian sterling silver epergne/centrepiece has a plain, tapering form with a flared rim onto a bell shaped base.
The main flute is encompassed with a pierced decorated border below applied moulded decoration to the Chippendale style rim.
This Edwardian silver centrepiece is fitted with three plain scrolling sterling silver arms, each terminating with a circular receiver.
Each receiver holds one of the three original detachable fully hallmarked flutes, embellished with pierced decoration identical to that of the body.
The bell shaped base of this fine epergne unscrews from the feature flute.
The base of this Edwardian centrepiece has a pierced decorated flared foot, further ornamented with a Chippendale style border.
Maker: Sibray, Hall & Co (Charles Clement Pilling)