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Mappin and Webb Gilt Silver Plate Floral Leaf Design Grape Holder Stand



The classic design of this grape stand is a blend of the effect of rippling water in its bowl portion with ball feet. The top of the stand has the hook to hold the grape bunch with leaves, then runs down alongside the bowl ending in a flower on each side. A magnificent gilt silver plate design by the renowned English Company Mappin & Webb. History from Mappin and Webb site: Mappin & Webb is a true British treasure with over 240 years of tradition and historical significance in the world of silver and fine jewellery. Renowned for combining timeless craftsmanship with superior quality and contemporary design, we have produced exquisite fine jewellery, elegant silverware, watches, glassware and the unique lifestyle accessories that have long been at the heart of affluent British society. It’s a story that began in 1775, when Jonathan Mappin opened a workshop in Sheffield. His mission was to create the most beautifully crafted silverware for British society. Over the immediate years that followed this would see the company expand internationally, receive Royal Warrants and commissions from Monarchs around the world, and become synonymous with excellence, craftsmanship and all things truly British. THE EARLY YEARS: A FAMILY PARTNERSHIP Within a year the first Mappin hallmark was recorded at the assay office and in 1780 Jonathan Mappin was given the Freedom of the Cutlers Company. The ‘Cutlers Company of Hallamshire’, to give it its full title, was incorporated in 1624 to provide jurisdiction over those making cutlery near Sheffield and to promote Sheffield as a place of expertise. The Company and Sheffield’s cutlery trade and reputation still exist to this day. Jonathan Mappin’s son Joseph followed him into the business and was also a Freeman, then came his grandson, also called Joseph. But it was under his four great grandsons, who incorporated the business as Mappin Brothers Ltd, in the middle of the 19th Century that the significant expansion began – at the time, the youngest brother, Jonathan Newton Mappin, was only 14 years old. In 1849, Joseph Mappin opened his first eponymous London showroom at 15 Fore Street; shortly afterwards the eldest brother was knighted, becoming Sir William Mappin, but as the business grew the brothers each took a different path. Sir William Mappin left in 1859, to become the senior partner at Thomas Turton & Sons’ steel mill, and gave his share of Mappin Brothers to the other three. In 1860, John Mappin, the youngest but by now 22 years old, broke away from Mappin Brothers and started his own business Mappin & Company opening the first Mappin store in 1860 at 77-78 Oxford Street, London. John Mappin was joined in the new adventure two years later by his brother-in-law George Webb. The 1890s then spearheaded four decades of expansion for the brand. Our first overseas store was established in Johannesburg with the discovery of gold in the Witwatersrand and stores soon followed in Buenos Aires and Sao Paulo, Biarritz and Nice, Lausanne and Vichy, Paris and Rome, Hong Kong and Shanghai, Cairo and Mumbai \(formerly called Bombay\). Discover our historic timeline, with key events depicted by year. 1897 Granted a Royal Warrant as Silversmiths to Queen Victoria 1899 Granted a Royal Warrant by the Russian Imperial Household 1980 Granted a Royal warrant as Silversmiths to His Royal Higness The Prince of Wales 2012 Mappin & Webb craftsmen appointed as the Crown Jeweller 2019 Mappin & Webb continues to serve Her Majesty The Queen as a Royal Warrant Holder.


  • Creator
    Mappin & Webb (Metalworker)
  • Dimensions
    Height: 11 in. (27.94 cm)Width: 7.75 in. (19.69 cm)Depth: 10 in. (25.4 cm)
  • Style
    Edwardian (Of the Period)
  • Materials and Techniques
    MetalworkSilver Plate
  • Place of Origin
  • Period
  • Date of Manufacture
  • Condition
    Wear consistent with age and use. There is some wear to the gilding on the inside of the bowl. It appears to be more the pattern itself rather than a loss of gilding. The entire piece has a beautiful patina. The bowl seems to glitter.
  • Seller Location
    Miami Beach, FL
  • Reference Number
    1stDibs: LU1946321983362

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