A superb turquoise glass vase with a chimney neck, an ovoid middle section with curved black and gilded applied trims, and a stepped round base, the whole screw mounted on a square pattern gilded black base. The vase features a masterfully hand painted 'Monarch of the Glen' plaque cleverly attached to the front with two small nuts and bolts, the reverse is decorated with an intricate anthemion motif. Additional design elements include stylised floral bands in raised white enamel, enamel scrollwork, dot outlines, and patterned gilding. Condition: light surface age and use wear; light rubbing to the gilt; nothing further found - if you have any questions about this item, contact me. Seller operates a 100% purchase price money back returns policy if not completely satisfied. Circa 1880, unmarked but definitely by Harrach. Article measured in centimetres and rounded to the nearest quarter inch. Height 35cm/14in, width 19cm/7.5in, weight 2.78kg/6.1lb.
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H 35cm x W 19cm. 2.78kg
H 14" x W 7½". 6.1lb