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Egyptian Revivalism meets Secessionism with this great little brass dinner gong.
The main outline is a wonderfully stylised Egyptian cat, seated on a raised plinth and arching its long neck forward so as to suspend the gong.
The base is raised on five feet and, at the front, depicts the face of a winged pharaoh, behind which the wood and brass striker is cradled.
A rare and quite delightful object in very good condition with just a few minor age-related marks here and there.
Approximately 28 cm high and dating from the late 1800’s.