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Silver Gothic Revival Toast Rack
Victorian silver Gothic Revival toast rack made by Thomas Smily, showing a London hallmark for 1866.
With spaces for six slices, each of the seven bars is shaped in the form of an architectural window frame, the central one having an attached handle in complementary style.
Standing on four ornate feet and measuring just a touch under seventeen cms. long.
Provenance: From the Roy Davids collection.