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A5002 Cut glass & ormolu fountain epergne made by Osler, 1888, height of centre bowl 26", which has 9 arms for holding small vases, feature of epergne is a miniature fountain which is operated by turning a small silver tap (LC).

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Object statement
Cut glass & ormolu fountain epergne made by Osler, 1888, height of centre bowl 26", which has 9 arms for holding small vases, feature of epergne is a miniature fountain which is operated by turning a small silver tap (LC).

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Description
Cut glass & ormolu fountain epergne made by Osler, 1888, height of centre bowl 26", which has 9 arms for holding small vases, feature of epergne is a miniature fountain which is operated by turning a small silver tap (LC).
Made: 1888
A5002
Production date
1888
Height
120 mm
Width
48 mm

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Acquisition credit line
Gift of Cohen, A M, 1957

This object record is currently incomplete. The information available may date back as far as 125 years. Other information may exist in a non-digital form. The Museum continues to update and add new research to collection records.
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