A Fine Pair of French Silver Comports of Native American Interest

A beautiful pair of solid .950 standard silver and lead crystal comports made in France around 1860. Each comport in this rare set features a beautifully detailed Native American figure, which makes it a very unusual find.

Each comport stands 28 centimetres (11 inches) tall and the glass dish measures 21.5 centimetres (8.5 inches) in diameter.

An unusual set, which is sure to impress!

Type: Comport
Function: decorative silver
Country: French

Price: £ 3,550 GBP

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