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Cut glass & ormolu fountain epergne made by Osler, 1888, height of centre bowl 26”, which has 9 arms for holding small vases, feature of epergne is a miniature fountain which is operated by turning a small silver tap (LC).

Made 1888

Cut glass & ormolu fountain epergne made by Osler, 1888, height of centre bowl 26”, which has 9 arms for holding small vases, feature of epergne is a miniature fountain which is operated by turning a small silver tap (LC).

Summary

A5002
Cut glass & ormolu fountain epergne made by Osler, 1888, height of centre bowl 26", which has 9 arms for holding small vases, feature of epergne is a miniature fountain which is operated by turning a small silver tap (LC).

Dimensions

48 mm
120 mm

Production

1888

Source

Gift of Cohen, A M, 1957

Cite this Object

Cut glass & ormolu fountain epergne made by Osler, 1888, height of centre bowl 26", which has 9 arms for holding small vases, feature of epergne is a miniature fountain which is operated by turning a small silver tap (LC). 2014, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 29 March 2017, <https://ma.as/182230>
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