The 16th century was England's Golden Age of progress and prosperity. Shakespeare, science, and exploration all came of age under Queen Elizabeth I, as did the art of silversmith. With its simple beauty, Towle's queen Elizabeth I pays homage to this Golden Age. Delicate floral motifs at the tip and the neck are balanced by sculptured openwork curves.
Cake slicer with Hollow Handle
Delicate floral motifs and the neck are balanced by sculptured
Material: Sterling Silver
Complements the Spanish Provincial collection
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