A pair of mid-Victorian silver-plated Wine Coolers with vine and grape decoration.
A pair of Victorian silver-plated Wine Coolers, by Thomas Bradbury & Sons, of Sheffield, 1859. The campana-shaped bodies are vertically ribbed with an undulating textured rim with foam-like edge. The lower part of the body is applied with a cast vine, grape, and branch handle to either side. The whole stands on a pedestal foot with plain moulded lower part and a textured upper part with stylised foliage and a leafy collar. Each has a lift-out liner within the body.
Good with minor wear to the plating.
Height – 29.50 cm.; Width – 25.50 cm.