Learn about Epergne

A table centrepiece, which may have a large central bowl or dish, and a series of smaller bowls suspended from a central stem or branches, with the smaller bowls used to display sweetmeats. Some of the grander examples were made in silver, but epergnes were also made in ceramic and glass.

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Cranberry glass tall stem epergne of frilled design, on a round pedestal base. Condition: good, minor Ware to the base. Height 61 cm

A Victorian cranberry and uranium glass trumpet and basket epergne, the frilled base supporting three trumpets and two clear glass arms with baskets suspended. Height 60 cm

Trumpet form antique Moser epergne ruby oval panels, fitted in a brass ring turned base, approx 23.5

A Victorian ruby glass epergne, with four trumpets to the perimeter and a further central trumpet, 58 cm high

A Victorian vaseline glass epergne. Second half 19th century, in striking creamy lemon to clear lime tones with a central floral trumpet with an internal spiral motif and trailing applied clear glass embellishments, three matching side trumpets and three b

Ruby glass and silver plated epergne with a flying eagle, 29 cm high

Fenton milk glass four trumpet epergne having a round footed base bowl, & ruffled crimped clear glass edging. Condition fair, chip to the base. Height 34 cm

An opalescent blue and pink glass epergne with a central floral trumpet, surrounded by six trumpet shaped flower receivers and scalloped bowl to base. Height 57 cm origin: England period: Victorian, circa date: 1880

A Victorian ruby vaseline glass epergne, 19th century. 51 cm high

Victorian vaseline glass four trumpet epergne having crimped rims. Condition good, slightly loose. Height 50 cm

Victorian cranberry glass single stem epergne wth a flared rim on a clear glass foot. Condition good, minor age realted wear to the base. Height 31 cm

Victorian ruby glass single stem epergne with a green fishscale bowl on a silver plated base. Condition good, minor age related wear, stem slightly loose. Height 40 cm

A Victorian pink and green seven trumpet vaseline glass epergne

A Victorian ruby glass four trumpet epergne with three baskets

Antique cranberry glass three trumpet epergne, with applied clear glass spiral decoration,54 cm high

Antique white and cranberry glass epergne, with frilled rim and hand painted decoration, 32 cm high

Victorian ruby glass epergne with five floral shaped trumpets. Height 52 cm

An Edwardian cranberry glass epergne, circa 1910, with an elegant central floriform trumpet with three side trumpets, each embellished with a spiral frill of clear glass and upon a broad fluted bowl, with brass mounts. Height 57 cm

A Victorian-Edwardian ruby glass epergne, late 19th century to early 20th century, with a central fluted trumpet with spiral clear glass trails, three additional trumpets similarly embellished, and three spiral twist and scrolled stems with removable hangi

Victorian ruby glass epergne with trumpets, crooks and hanging baskets (A/F to 1 basket)

A Victorian opalescent blue glass epergne. England, circa 1880, the central floral trumpet, surrounded by six trumpet shaped flower receivers, with a scalloped bowl on the base. 57 cm high.

Antique Victorian vaseline and ruby glass single trumpet epergne, 35 cm high

Two pieces of antique ruby glass, footed bowl, and trumpet epergne (2)

Pair Victorian silver plate and glass epergnes, c.1870's, with French glass inserts, bases decorated with maple leaves and floral motifs. Height 35.5 cm

Victorian epergne, cut crystal base with brass frame, central flute with four cut crystal branches

A Victorian silver plate and glass epergne, circa 1880, unidentified maker's mark, upon a quatrefoil footed base, an urn with caryatid handles raised upon a socle embellished with two birds supporting scroll arms each holding fluted and optical hobnail mil

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