Epergnes guaranteed to pretty up your next dinner party. One shown with food but you can imagine it up with the others. Georgian silver. All created by London master silverworker Thomas Pitts.

Epergne. 1761.
Epergne. 1761. Silver. English. Thomas Pitt I, silversmith (active 1744-1793). Image © 2019 Nelson Atkins. The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art , Kansas City. Fair use license. via https://art.nelson-atkins.org/objects/15178
Chinoiserie epergne. 1759.
Chinoiserie epergne. 1759. Silver. English. Thomas Pitt, maker (active 1737-1793). Image © Leeds Art Fund, Leeds. Fair use license. via https://leedsartfund.org/collection/templenewsamhouse
Nine basket epergne. 1762.
Nine basket epergne. 1762. George III silver. Thomas Pitts, silversmith. Image © 2019 Sotheby’s. Fair use license. via http://www.sothebys.com/en/auctions/ecatalogue/2012/important-european-furniture-n08884/lot.128.lotnum.html

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