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A late Victorian copper and leadlight display cabinet, of square form with a floral decorated leadlight dome supported on fluted pilasters surmounted by paterae) are usually round or oval, in the form of stylized rosettes. In the best pieces they are carved directly into the timber, otherwise they applied to the surface. Sometimes painted or inlaid motifs in the style are referred to as patera.'>patera;. Width 81 cm. Depth 81 cm . Height 130 cm; . provenance: This cabinet was originally one of a pair made for the state Savings Bank, Swanston Street, Melbourne

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