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Antique Sterling Silver Coaster/Bottle Holder - Georgian, Barnards 1829

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We are delighted to offer this magnificent pair of Georgian solid silver wine coasters/bottle holders made in London 1829 with the marks of the Barnards silversmiths. The pair features a wonderful naturally inspired foliate and floral design which was one of Barnard's distinct designs. The border features an ornate chased acanthus leaf design that flares outwards and accentuates the bottle/decanted which would be placed within. Each section of the foliate design is intricately hand-stippled with impressive precision and overall geometric proportions are aesthetically delightful. Please take a look at the close-up photos and/or zoom in to fully appreciate the detailing work on every section. The sides of the coasters also present further elegance with a 'melon-shape' design with each section slightly balustered and joined to the circular base. Due to the large and accommodating proportions of this pair, a wide variety of bottles may be held within even in the modern day. Whether be it to enjoy some fine wine on your dining table or to present some exquisite champagne on a special occasion, this pair would grace fine interiors and immediately elevate the opulence of the setting. The base of the coasters have wooden panels with green liners to prevent slippage. A full set of English hallmarks are present on the base (border) of each piece however are quite worn and difficult to make out. The base of the coasters have wooden panels with green liners to prevent slippage. A full set of English hallmarks are present on the base (border) of each piece however are quite worn and difficult to make out. A wonderfully decorative and practical pair of Georgian silverware that can be an accenting standalone piece or a distinguished addition to other silverware. *Please note: all images with other items are for display purposes only, this listing is for the pair of wine coasters only. SIZE Size (cm) W:18.5cm (13.3 inner diameter) H:6.5cm Size (inches) W:7.28 (5.23 inner diameter) H:2.55 Weight: 801 grams (25.7 Troy oz) the pair. CONDITION Good Condition - The pair is in good antique condition, with no major damage or issues. Some minor dings on the base with very minor splits at the bottom rim where the coaster meets the table (last image). None of these are visible upon placing on a table nor without close inspection. We aim to overemphasize and state these issues to avoid disappointment and thus please rest assured they are not significant nor affect the usage of the items. Please refer to the photographs to examine the condition in further detail. FREE SHIPPING Artisan Antiques offers free global shipping with professional, secure and discreet packaging. We will always ensure your items are packaged with the utmost care and see the delivery through to the end. In the very rare and unfortunate case of non-delivery/courier loss, you are fully covered with us and we will fully refund you. *All parcels are insured - please rest assured all shipping liabilities other than import/customs duty are covered by us. *Colours of the product may slightly differ from the photos due to different computer screens & lighting conditions*
  • Dimensions:
    Height: 2.56 in (6.5 cm)Diameter: 7.29 in (18.5 cm)
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  • Period:
  • Date of Manufacture:
    1829
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  • Seller Location:
    London, GB
  • Reference Number:
    1stDibs: LU7296235720462
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