A silver-plated English wine cooler stylizes the organic forms of a bell, acanthus, grape leaves, medieval ivy. They form the handles and the base of the cooler. Intricate and immediate foliage creeps into the main volume. The lively sound of the decor, historical reflections make the subject feel like English Pre-Raphaelites from the middle of 19 Century, with English Art and Craft.
Coat of arms with the inscription "FATO PROVIDENTIA MAJOR" Brand of the manufacturer.
A silver box in the neo-Russian style (possibly for cigars) 1890-1920, richly decorated with enamel floral pattern on a golden porcelain background. The belts of the blue pearl emphasize the background of the scanned ornament, in the form of an oriental carpet pattern. The inside is gilded.
Stigma: No. 1 Arabic script corresponding to the period at the turn of the 19-20 centuries and the silver standard 0.875 pure silver, No. 2 Arabic script corresponding to the name of the master jeweler.
Weight: 470 gr. L-16.5cm.
Weight: 95 gr.
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