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Stunning Pair of Baccarat Champagne Coolers, France, circa 1950 | From a unique collection of antique and modern wine coolers at https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/more-furniture-collectibles/wine-coolers/

Stunning Pair of Baccarat Champagne Coolers, France circa 1950

Stunning Pair of Baccarat Champagne Coolers, France, circa 1950 | From a unique collection of antique and modern wine coolers at https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/more-furniture-collectibles/wine-coolers/

Silver on Copper Champagne Bucket 1920s by CobblestonesVintage

Silver on Copper Champagne Bucket, 1920s 1930s Silver Plate Copper Ice Bucket Wine Cooler, Bernard Rice's Sons Apollo Silver Plate Barware

Silver Ramshead Champagne Bucket | 1stdibs.com

Silver Ramshead Champagne Bucket

Silver Ramshead Champagne Bucket | 1stdibs.com

Askos silver claret jug with crest of the Goelet family by Samuel Kirk, Baltimore, Maryland, USA 1830–1846

Askos silver claret jug with crest of the Goelet family by Samuel Kirk, Baltimore, Maryland, USA 1830–1846

Tiffany pomagranate gravyboat antique sterling silver

Tiffany pomagranate gravyboat antique sterling silver

Louis Comfort Tiffany Collection Tiffany & Co Sterling Silver Beetle Scarab Vase | eBay

Details about Louis Comfort Tiffany Collection Tiffany & Co Sterling Silver Beetle Scarab Vase

Louis Comfort Tiffany Collection Tiffany & Co Sterling Silver Beetle Scarab Vase | eBay

The firm of Christoph Widmann was founded in Pforzheim, Germany in 1919. They were known for creating high quality silver. This silver cart, fitted with a green glass liner, was made in the 835 standard, which is higher than the usual 800 standard used in Germany. It is possible that this piece was made for export, as were most of the pieces done in the 835 silver standard. The cart is beautifully cast with scrollwork and 4 heart shaped cartouches, 3 of which are repousse with figures.

The firm of Christoph Widmann was founded in Pforzheim, Germany in 1919. They were known for creating high quality silver. This silver cart, fitted with a green glass liner, was made in the 835 standard, which is higher than the usual 800 standard used in Germany. It is possible that this piece was made for export, as were most of the pieces done in the 835 silver standard. The cart is beautifully cast with scrollwork and 4 heart shaped cartouches, 3 of which are repousse with figures.

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