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Important Georgian sterling silver center piece in two-parts, Matthew Boulton & Plate Company, Birmingham, c. 1828-1830, intertwined leafy vines and grape bunches hang from the rolled rim of the pedestal bowl with pierced borders in an elaborate open work floral motif, the paneled body with repousse floral sprays on rounded shoulders joining the conforming foot, the bowl concisely fitted to the squared pedestal base set with two incised heraldic panels, 'Mens Cujusque Is Es Quisque' encircling a coat of arms, profuse foliate scrolls and ornamentation on the other panels and canted corners rising four shell and acanthus scroll feet, hallmarks underfoot on pedestal, bowl unmarked, slight bending damage to right side of pedestal as pictured (photo 9),one foot with bending, lacking/loss of some of the grape bunches at rim, 13.5"h overall, 9"diam on bowl, 66.27ozt total**Accompanied by the 1950 reciept from the Langford Strong Room, London (L. Langford Chancery Lane Safe Deposit), silver vaults as purchased by consignors mother** Start Price: $3000.00

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249: MATTHEW BOULTON STERLING CENTERPIECE, C.1830

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