Early British Philip Ashberry & Sons silver-plated flower pot is extremely beautiful

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Other Metals
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Handmade
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United Kingdom
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Produced in the first half of the 20th century

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Early British Philip Ashberry & Sons silver-plated flower pot is extremely beautiful

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Early British Philip Ashberry & Sons The year of extreme oxidation is about the beginning of the 20th century /Product Size/ Width: 18cm with ear / 11cm without ear Approximately 11cm in height Depth: 9cm deepest, 6cm opening / Product history / Philip Ashberry & Sons, founded in 1829, mainly sells silver-plated appliances. Its headquarters is located at 21 Bowling Green St., Sheffield. Another name is SAVOY and STAYBRIGHT for the company's early 20th century tableware brand. It was operated by the Ashberry family until 1935. In the same year, Lewis Rose & Co Ltd purchased its company and factory, and continued to use the Ashberry brand after World War II. The company was acquired by Guy Degrenne in 1976 and renamed Ashberry & Degrenne Ltd at Prospect Rd, Sheffield. / Precautions before buying / The products sold will be selected, but the old products sold will have traces of years of hardening, such as oxidation, coloration, etc. Please do not mark the pursuit of perfection, antique products will be clean and will keep the color of old items .

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