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Keswick School Plant Stand*
Three-legged copper trivet or plant stand from the Keswick School of Industrial Arts, dating from the early 1900’s.
The surface displays a repoussé design reminiscent of stylised leaves and berries or possibly open flowers. Either way it’s Art Nouveau in style and works very well inside the circular border.
Good polished condition, commensurate with its age, the design still being nicely three-dimensional.
Crisply marked KSIA on the underside with the additional letters EC, presumably the initials of the individual maker.
The diameter is approximately 17.5 cm and the height a little over 11 cm.