A handsome rhomboid and triangular form crystal dressing table bottle, with a cork lined hammer finish sterling silver screw top. The crystal body is masterfully worked in the Battuto technique with a pattern of indentations, each rhomboid panel features an clear lens, the shoulder is engraved with cross cut canes, the base is embellished with a twenty four point star. Condition: stand wear to the under-base; small, now polished out, bruise to one panel; light surface wear; nothing further found; good screw closure. Silver hallmarked for London 1891 maker's mark 'S.M.' for Sampson Mordan, the under base with stylus registry number '168686', crystal very possibly Thomas Webb & Sons. Article measured in centimetres and rounded to the nearest quarter inch. Height 11cm/4.5, width 6cm/2.5in.
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H 11cm x W 6cm x D 6cm
H 4½" x W 2½" x D 2½"