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Reed & Barton

Victorian Silverplate Card Receiver Aesthetic Movement Reed & Barton Circa 1870

Victorian Silverplate Card Receiver Aesthetic Movement Reed & Barton Circa 1870

Regular price $115.00 USD
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An elegant silver plate piece from a time when calling cards in a well to do home were everything. This card receiver was made just to receive calling cards from those calling at the home's entry. 
A heavy metal has been fashioned into a pedestal with an oval shaped dish and then silver plated. It has embellishments of leaves and a metal loop. Chaste work forms an elaborate pattern on the dish. The piece still has some silver left and has taken on a nice shine.
The piece has an engraved mark on the base that reads MFD. & PLATED BY REED & BARTON and the production number of 2179.
5 7/8” (14.9 cm) wide x 7 ½” (19.0 cm) deep x 8” (20.3 cm) tall. Weighs 13.3 oz (375 g)
There is silver loss and wear from years of polishing and use. There are tiny nicks on edges. The solder between edges of the leaves and the tray on the handle are loose; however the handle is still securely attached.
A great Victorian card receiver to add to a collection or use in your decor to elevate a sweet or chocolates.

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