A quite suberb early Victorian silver decanter stand complete with its 3 original star cut glass bottles, Hallmarked in London in the year 1841.
Condition is excellent with just a few very minor imperfections, one on the silver in the form of a hairline to handle stalk and a couple of very minor flea bite nibbles to glass, All very very minor and to be honest I doubt you would find better cleaner example .
A wonderful survivor of excellent proportions and weight.
Stand itself is 1770grammes which is just under 57 troy ounces.
Stand measures just short of 12 inches across its widest point and stands .approx 12 1/2 inches in height.
|WEIGHT (Grammes)||Stand without bottles=1770|