asprey london antique cut glass silver match striker

Asprey, London - Antique Cut Glass & Silver Match Striker


| $1,192 USD | €1,193 EUR

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A handsome English Edwardian match strike made from clear glass, hand cut in an attractive bark-effect topped with a solid sterling silver mount fully hallmarked for Birmingham 1902.
The silver is also fully signed by the world famous Asprey of Bond Street.
Excellent condition measuring 3 3/8" in diameter x 2 1/8" tall.
Asprey is a British retailer of jewellery, leather, silver and other luxury goods. Founded in 1781, the House has historically been recognized as one of the world’s pre-eminent luxury goods brands and has a substantial client base of members of royalty, heads of state and important actors on the world stage.
For over two centuries, Asprey has been regarded as a top British luxury lifestyle brand and the Bruton Street Flagship Store is considered a must see London destination.
Asprey’s broad product assortment includes jewellery, leather goods, accessories, silver, watches, clocks, first edition leather bound books, china, crystal, games, silk and accessories. At present, Asprey holds a Royal Warrant from HRH Prince of Wales for jewellery and silver.
Founded in 1781 by William Asprey, was originally based in Mitcham, Surrey until the company moved into central London premises. From there, Asprey advertised ‘articles of exclusive design and high quality', whether for personal adornment or personal accompaniment and to endow with richness and beauty the table and homes of people of refinement and discernment.
The 20s and 30s were a golden age for Asprey. It embraced the new style, now known as ‘Art Deco’ but then called ‘moderne’ or ‘Jazz modern’, introduced by the Paris Exposition de Arts Décoratifs in 1925. Its iconic designs reflect the new energy and originality, Asprey’s catalogues of this era are beautiful anthologies of luxury goods.
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Height = 5.4 cm (2")
Width = 8.6 cm (4")
Depth = 8.6 cm (4")

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