Silver epergne from the time of George III of England. All you’ll need to finish decorating is candy to put in all the little bowls.

George III silver epergne, the main cylindrical band adorned with a detachable frieze featuring trumpet playing cherubs, scrolling grapes and foliage and within leaf cast and chased borders. Four scrolling foliate legs with circular flowerheads, joined by four scrolling leaf capped stretchers with a central cast bull’s head crest. Four removable branches with acanthus leaf and reeded decoration ending with cast leaves forming rests for the detachable silver bowl cradles formed from floral decoration. Cut glass bowls. 1808. Neoclassical. Made in London, England. William Pitts, maker. Silver and cut glass. Maker’s marks: all pieces hallmarked for William Pitts. Image t © 1995-2020 eBay Inc. Fair use license. via
George III silver epergne with four scroll legs supporting a foliate apron frame and four scroll branches, each with a circular dish, centering a pierced navette-form bowl, the bowl engraved with a coat-of-arms and the dishes engraved with a crest. 1764. Made in London, England. Silver. Thomas Pitts, maker. Maker’s marks: fully marked for Thomas Pitts. Image © CHRISTIE’S 2020. Fair use license. via
Silver George III epergne with a central boat shaped openwork basket, eight arms with four baskets, openwork neck and base with scroll and floral decoration and cartouche feet. Frame, basket and dishes with a matching heraldic device. 1788-1795. Made in Dublin, Ireland. Silver. Maker’s marks: marked “CM” probably for Charles Marsh. Image © 2018 Brunk Auctions, Inc. Fair use license. via

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