An Australian    silver centrepiece probably made by William Edwards, marked by Walsh Brothers, Melbourne, circa 1870
Lot 64
An Australian silver centrepiece
probably made by William Edwards, marked by Walsh Brothers, Melbourne, circa 1870
AU$ 4,000 - 6,000
US$ 3,800 - 5,600
Lot Details
An Australian silver centrepiece
probably made by William Edwards, marked by Walsh Brothers, Melbourne, circa 1870
the later glass bowl raised on a triform base with three large embossed leaf feet, embossed flowerheads and bunches of grapes, and a plateau with a cast ram, bull and xanthorrhoea grass, fern stem with scrolling leaves issuing fern leaves, marked 'WALSH BRS', 37cm (14.5) high.

Footnotes

  • Provenance:
    The Collection of the late Graham & Elizabeth Cocks

    Exhibited:
    Powerhouse Museum Sydney 1984-1986.
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