A Post War Silver Bud VaseSOLD

This astounding solid silver vase was made in London 1969, and the makers mark is CHF. It is a strangely alluring object, reminding one of a deep sea chimney covered in barnacles! It is made of Britannia Standard silver- higher than sterling silver at 958/1000.

The post war silver bud vase stands 17cm tall and weighs 398g.

Type: vase
Function: decorative silver
Country: England


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