A late Victorian ‘naturalistic’ silver Dish applied with a Frog.
A late Victorian silver naturalistic water-lily Dish on stem, the base applied with a climbing Frog, London 1899, by William Hutton and Sons Ltd. The upper part and base are shaped from sheet silver patterned with leafate veins and the stem is composed of two silver wires, one plain vertical and the other coiled around it. The die-struck frog is retained with a thread and nut.
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Height – 15.60 cm.; Width – 11.60 cm.; Weight – 170.30 gms.