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A very handsome antique Edwardian Sterling Silver pair of table flower vases, having round bodies with tapering sides and hand-chased floral swag decoration, with wavey-edge top borders, and sitting on round pedestal feet. Made by Samuel Walton Smith of Birmingham in 1902. The dimensions of these fine hand-made antique silver pair of vases are height 20 cms (8 inches), diameter at top 9 cms (3.5 inches), and they weigh a total of 310g (31 troy ounces). Please note that these vases are not loaded.

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A very handsome antique Edwardian Sterling Silver pair of table flower vases, having round bodies with tapering sides and hand-chased floral swag decoration, with wavey-edge top borders, and sitting on round pedestal feet. Made by Samuel Walton Smith of Birmingham in 1902. The dimensions of these fine hand-made antique silver pair of vases are height 20 cms (8 inches), diameter at top 9 cms (3.5 inches), and they weigh a total of 310g (31 troy ounces). Please note that these vases are not loaded.
A very handsome antique Edwardian Sterling Silver pair of table flower vases, having round bodies with tapering sides and hand-chased floral swag decoration, with wavey-edge top borders, and sitting on round pedestal feet. Made by Samuel Walton Smith of Birmingham in 1902. The dimensions of these fine hand-made antique silver pair of vases are height 20 cms (8 inches), diameter at top 9 cms (3.5 inches), and they weigh a total of 310g (31 troy ounces). Please note that these vases are not loaded.
A very handsome antique Edwardian Sterling Silver pair of table flower vases, having round bodies with tapering sides and hand-chased floral swag decoration, with wavey-edge top borders, and sitting on round pedestal feet. Made by Samuel Walton Smith of Birmingham in 1902. The dimensions of these fine hand-made antique silver pair of vases are height 20 cms (8 inches), diameter at top 9 cms (3.5 inches), and they weigh a total of 310g (31 troy ounces). Please note that these vases are not loaded.   A very handsome antique Edwardian Sterling Silver pair of table flower vases, having round bodies with tapering sides and hand-chased floral swag decoration, with wavey-edge top borders, and sitting on round pedestal feet. Made by Samuel Walton Smith of Birmingham in 1902. The dimensions of these fine hand-made antique silver pair of vases are height 20 cms (8 inches), diameter at top 9 cms (3.5 inches), and they weigh a total of 310g (31 troy ounces). Please note that these vases are not loaded.
A very handsome antique Edwardian Sterling Silver pair of table flower vases, having round bodies with tapering sides and hand-chased floral swag decoration, with wavey-edge top borders, and sitting on round pedestal feet. Made by Samuel Walton Smith of Birmingham in 1902. The dimensions of these fine hand-made antique silver pair of vases are height 20 cms (8 inches), diameter at top 9 cms (3.5 inches), and they weigh a total of 310g (31 troy ounces). Please note that these vases are not loaded.


An extensive collection of antique silver vases featured in the London Silver Vaults. Click on the images to see an enlarged version of the silver vases. The Bryan Douglas Antique Silver collection can be seen in the shop as well as being featured online for secure online purchase. Any antique silver vases purchased online will include free transit insurance and delivery. You may also be interested in our Antique Silver Flower Jardinieres.



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