hi- dont think you are allowed to post more photos after bidding has commenced. What damage is there on the tops please? are these the original decanters? Why do you say its a late Victorian item please? any markings, dates on item? - Asked by Bonipi
01 Jun 19:24
Thank you for your questions. I do wish their was a way that i could show you a closer picture of the stoppers.The case and the decanters are in very good condition, only the stoppers are damaged. In the scan on the site the picture with the stoppers out do show they vary in lenth, a clean chip off and i honestly do not see any cracks.The decanters are the original as far as I'm concerned The family that owned through generation has owned it for about 80 years. the reasearch that i have done shows that according to the maker Moppin & Webb London ( not Shefield) and the font that is used was when the makers used Electo Plate Silver which they made during the late 1800's and early 1900's. I can not find any date. The only marking is the makers Name.
I do hope that this answers some of you questions.
02 Jun 12:19