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Keswick School Brass Planter
Circular brass and copper planter from the Keswick School of Industrial Arts dating from 1897, showing on the underside the mark commemorating Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee of that year.
Standing on four copper feet, the main body is of brass and is decorated with four panels depicting stylised Spring flowers and foliage against a finely hammered background.
Showing one or two minor signs of age but a rare piece in generally good usable condition.
The diameter is around 24.5 cm and the height a touch over 15 cm.