English, first half of the 19th century. An impressive Old Sheffield silverplated wine cooler modeled after the “Warwick Vase” discovered in 1771 with extraordinary detail including twisted vine handles, beaded motif edge, animal peltsdraping around the central body and the heads of gods and kings mounted around the main body. Apparently unmarked.
DIMENSIONS: Approx: h. 12″, w. 15″, d. 10.5″.
Interior liner is not present, non-distracting silvering loss to surface, several attached mounts are missing.