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Pair of Silver Vases by Walker & Hall
A pair of Art Nouveau silver vases made by the Sheffield company Walker & Hall, hallmarked for the year 1902.
Rising off a rounded and stepped foot, the filled narrow stem supports a bulbous bowl above which the gently tapering top flares out finally to form a petal shaped rim.
Three handles with a typically Art Nouveau whiplash design are applied to the sides and support the bowl of the vase.
An elegantly shaped pair of vases that we’ve not come across previously.
The height is approximately 20 cm.