Stylishly elegant antique solid silver vase. Fluted stem into fluted, trumpet neck with detail on rim. Tuliped, weighted base. Hallmarked for London assay office 1903 for silver makers Horace Woodward & Co. Registered design number 382559 on base. 19cm height.
Horace Woodward & Co (named after one its founders) produced a range of quality silverware ranging from tableware and desk stands, to boxes and cases. The company exhibited with success in the London (1851 and 1862), Paris (1867) and Melbourne (1881) Exhibitions. They used a figural trade mark (the shape of Atlas inside a lozenge) registered in 1876. This trade mark was often used in its electroplate production but rarely present in its sterling silver production.
Silver Bud Vase by H. Woodward & Co, 1903
The vase is in very good condition other than two very small 'dints' to the stem (seen in last image). Please see photos as they forms an important part of the description.
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