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Sculptural Tree of Knowledge Bucket

S/N:HAI630

c.1880

  • £450.00
  • €488 Euro
  • $556 US Dollar

United Kingdom

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Exceptional pewter bucket with sculptural bronze handle. Probably German and dating from c.1880. The detailing on this country house bucket is stunning: both sides feature the tree of knowledge with heraldic shield and family crest (both unscripted) with a serpent climbing the tree / the pewter relief faces of Adam and Eve are hauntingly beautiful / a love heart sits above each foot / each pewter foot has a bronze inner support. Would make a statement ice bucket or planter.

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Dimensions: 

  • H: 27cm (10.63in)
  • W: 28cm (11.02in)
  • D: 21cm (8.27in)

Period: 

c.1880

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Once upon a time, a chef and a book editor fell in love and married. They bought a small house and filled it with some children.

One day, their big bad wolf-employers were getting on their nerves so they decided to leave them alone in the forest, and began to work together, instead of apart.

Soon, the (former) chef and the (former) editor were visiting French brocantes and vide greniers sourcing beautiful decorative antiques and selling them to customers across the world.

Then one day, it suddenly occurred to them; they had magically transformed into antique dealers, making their own decisions and shaping new ideas based on a shared passion for history, quality design and pleasing aesthetics.

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