A Fine set of Art Nouveau Silver Menu Holders

This beautiful set of antique silver place card holders or menu holders were made in London 1904 by Mappin and Webb and depict a pre-Raphaelite lady playing the harp. They are of excellent quality- the decoration is really very crisp and finely modelled. 

Each one measures 55mm length, 30mm height and 36mm width.

They are in perfect condition with no damage or repair. Most of the makers marks are rubbed but several are evidenced enough to read the Mappin and Webb mark. 



Type: Menu Holders
Function: Dining
Maker: Mappin and Webb
Country: England

Price: £ 375 GBP

Need more info? Contact James Baldwin Antiques regarding this item.





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