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Silver Frames by Spurrier
Fabulous and unusual matched pair of shaped Art Nouveau silver photo frames made by Spurrier & Co.
The backs are made from oak with the fronts faced with silver, embossed with a design of lily pads and buds along the base, and tall irises on the right hand side. The left side and top with complementing sinuous tendrils.
Complete with bevelled glass and easel supports and both stamped with the maker’s mark S & Co. Hallmarked for Birmingham 1905 and 1906.
Approximately 21 cm high and 18 cm wide with the apertures measuring 14.5 cm by a little over 9 cm.