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    Ornate Victorian Chester Silver Photo Frame

    Ornate Victorian Chester Silver Photo Frame

    $360 (approx conversion from £320)

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    About this item

    Very ornate late Victorian Chester silver rectangular photo frame. The frame is shaped and the silver mounts are embossed with Cherubs, birds, dogs and scrolls. The cartouche is empty and the easel back has been refurbished in dark blue velvet.

    Picture window size: 12.7cm (5") x 8.9cm (3.5").


    Weight : 430g
    Maker : James Deakin & Sons
    Materials : Silver
    Origin : British, English, Chester Assay Office (closed 1962)
    Manufacture Date : 1902

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    Additional Information

    Code

    SPF-P05914

    Dimensions

    W: 17.8cm  (7")H: 24.1cm  (9.5")D: 1.3cm  (0.5")

    Period

    Early 20th Century, Victorian (1837 to 1901), Edwardian (1901 to 1910), Art Nouveau (c. 1890-1910), Arts and crafts (c. 1860 to 1910)

    Nationality

    British

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    Piers Rankin Antique Silver

    Berkshire, United Kingdom

    Piers began his career with the good fortune of obtaining a 6 year apprenticeship with the London and New York company of silver dealers, S J Shrubsole. At the same time, he studied at the Sir John Cass School of Art and in 1979, received a City & Guild London Institute Diploma in Silversmith work...