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Victorian Art Glass and Spelter Center Piece. Lady holding Blue Milk Glass Bowl.
Victorian Elkington and Co. Centrepiece
Date code for 1852, modeled as an Arum Lily, the stem with twelve leaves and four flowers each with a gilded center, all raised from a rocky circular base, 71cm high approximately; also a circular engraved plateau also by Elkington, date coded for 1853, with a floral decorated rocky border.
Inscribed Presented to D. J. Morton Esquire CIVIL SURGEON IN THE TENASSERIM PROVINCES ON HIS PROMOTION AND REMOVAL BY THE COMMUNITY OF MANLMAIN AS A MARK OF THEIR REGARD AND ESTEEM AND IN ACKNOWLEDGMENT OF THE INVARIABLE KINDNESS AND ATTENTION WHICH THEY HAVE EXPERIENCED FROM HIM IN HIS PROFESSIONAL CAPACITY.
MANLMAIN 19TH MARCH 1853
Gross Weight. 5,245 grams (top) 4,430 grams (base). height (both pieces combined) 765mm
Candelabra. Silver Plated. Inscribed
Candelabra. Silver Plated. Inscribed: Presented to Mr & Mrs DF Cater by W.H.Miller On his leaving for Australia as a token of regard and exteem and in remembrance of much kindness received from them during a residence of upwards of four years in england.Dated December 1863 London
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