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19th century silver-plated tantalus

19th century silver-plated tantalus by Daniel & Arter. ’S’ scroll carrying handle to ridged folding locking bar, baluster shaped side plates, lock and key. The stepped plinth base houses three square hobnail cut glass decanters with facetted round stoppers. Impressed maker’s mark D&A EPNS and ‘The Tantalus’ with registration number G7021 for 1884. The lock impressed Daniel & Arter Secure Lever Birmingham.
English, 1884
Height 13” (33cm) Width 15.5” (39.5cm) Depth 7” (18cm)
Stock No. 1577

Daniel & Arter was established in Birmingham in the late 19th century in approximately 1880 by Thomas Henry Daniel (d. 1897) and Thomas Richard Arter (d.1915). Their premises were in Highgate Street, Birmingham, with showrooms in London, 62 Holborn Viaduct, and later at 98 Hatton Garden. Becoming a limited company in 1920, the business ceased trading in the 1930s. The company was best known for its good quality flatware, marketed under the name of Nevada Silver and silver plate fancy goods.

Height 13" (33.02cm) Width 15.50" (39.37cm) Depth 7" (17.78cm)

Price: £1,650.00




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19th century silver-plated tantalus

19th century silver-plated tantalus by Daniel & Arter. ’S’ scroll carrying handle to ridged folding locking bar, baluster shaped side plates, lock and key. The stepped plinth base houses three square hobnail cut glass decanters with facetted round stoppers. Impressed maker’s mark D&A EPNS and ‘The Tantalus’ with registration number G7021 for 1884. The lock impressed Daniel & Arter Secure Lever Birmingham.
English, 1884
Height 13” (33cm) Width 15.5” (39.5cm) Depth 7” (18cm)
Stock No. 1577

Daniel & Arter was established in Birmingham in the late 19th century in approximately 1880 by Thomas Henry Daniel (d. 1897) and Thomas Richard Arter (d.1915). Their premises were in Highgate Street, Birmingham, with showrooms in London, 62 Holborn Viaduct, and later at 98 Hatton Garden. Becoming a limited company in 1920, the business ceased trading in the 1930s. The company was best known for its good quality flatware, marketed under the name of Nevada Silver and silver plate fancy goods.

Height 13" (33.02cm) Width 15.50" (39.37cm) Depth 7" (17.78cm)

Price: £1,650.00

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