Victorian Silver Plated Liquor Caddy With Three-Lobed Base With Reticulated And Chased Scrolling Floral Design Set On Scrolled Foliate Feet, Three Bohemian Glass Cut-To-Clear Long Neck Decanters With Stoppers And Sterling Silver Liquor Labels.
1671 This pair of flasks was almost certainly part of an elaborate toilet service, a most important status symbol in the late century. Toilet services were traditionally given as wedding presents by a wealthy husband to his wife for use in her bedchamber
A GEORGE III SILVER WARWICK VASE AND PLINTH MARK OF PAUL STORR, LONDON, 1812 In the form of the Warwick vase, on square base, with detachable collar and liner, the square plinth on four fluted bracket feet, with chased acanthus and clover borders, engraved with a presentation inscription, a Viscount's accolé arms, two panels of military trophies, the vase stamped with the Latin signature of Rundell Bridge and Rundell, marked on stand, vase, collar and liner 20¼ in. high; 394 oz. 10 dwt.