Just look at George, he is a handmade English silver Princes plate egg coddler.
He has an eagle finial and spiral feet and contains the egg rack and spirit burner.
Made by Mappin and Webb marked London and Sheffield.
He is aged between 1885-1890.
Today this is a usable piece for all who enjoys serving eggs for breakfast, even a fabulous way to present boiled, scramble and poached eggs at brunch!
Alternatively use the cloche cover for lights out as a candle cover.
Add water and some essential oil and burn it with a tea light.
Serving treats - fill with cashew nuts, jellybeans or any of your favourite snacks.
Use it as a centrepiece for special occasions, or just plant some mint in it.
The list will be endless.
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