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two cherubs on either side on napkin ring, Roger & Bro. 170







 5 x two cherubs on opposite sides of a barrel napkin ring, Meriden B Co. 147
It is not shown in the book by Gottschalk and Whitson, but there are similar looking rings.
First 3 above is in near mint condition. First and third one have nice patina.
Barrel is engraved with leaves in last one.

 









6 x cherubs on opposite sides of scallopped napkin ring, Wilcox 01536.
The second is marked A M'N Silver Co., same number 01536.
The third is marked Toronto S.P. Company, same number 01536
The last two are marked
Wilcox Silverplate Co. 01536
Shown in Gottschalk & Whitson's book "Figural Napkin Rings: Collector's Identification and Value Guide", on page 176, plate 428. 
They valued this figural napkin ring at $200-350 in 1996

 

cherubs sit on either side of a shaped base with a napkin ring sitting on their backs. marked Simpson Hall & Miller 212.





2 x figural napkin ring with 2 cherubs at either end of the napkin holder as with the rings above,
but one cherub is seated while the other is standing and holding a dove in one hand about to let it fly away.
Marked Wilcox Silverplate Co. 4301.
Not in G&W collection.







2 x two cherubs holding napkin ring between their backs, showing off their muscles.
Marked JW Tufts, Boston 1544.
Not shown in G&W so quite rare. LTK
It is NOT shown in the book by Gottschalk and Whitson, "Figural Napkin Rings: Collectors Identification and Value Guide" so is quite rare, as it was not in their extensive collection.
It is however shown in Schnadig's book on page 26.
 



As per above (also Tufts 1544) but base is different. Looks to be authentic.



This is a rather rare figural napkin ring. Marked Derby Silver Co. 306.
I know it is rare because there are no other references to it,
and I know it is authentic as I have a similar ring with two horse heads holding up the ring instead of 2 cherubs,
and it also has similar shaped ring with beaded edging. 



This figural napkin ring has 2 cherubs swirling around the napkin holder.arked Victor Silver Co 513. In excellent condition.



two cherubs sitting sideways on opposite sides of napkin ring, Toronto SP Co. 17
Sorry, not the best photo but in good condition.




This is similar in theme to the one above but has 3 cherubs.
Marked Derby Silver Co. It is a bit hard to make the number out. Could be 315, but not sure.




This figural napkin ring (with a bud vase) has 2 cherubs at either end of the napkin holder with their arms behind their heads.
They are surrounded and connected to each other by wreaths of flowers and scrolls.
The sides are often missing or broken.
It is featured in Victor Schnadig's book on page 118.
In excellent condition. This figural napkin ring often has the connecting scrolls at the bottom missing (not in this one though).
Not in G&W so not in their collection and hence rare. 







This figural napkin ring has two cherubs on either side of the napkin holder which sits on their backs/wings.
The cherubs are both holding a plaque or something and have the other arm on their shoulders but their posture
is different for each, even the way their legs are crossed.
Marked Wilcox Silver Plate Co. 01503. It is shown in G&W in Plate 439.
Apparently one cherub is holding a portrait and the other an artist's palette




Two baby cherubs sit in cradles on either side of the napkin hodler and support it.
Marked Aurora S.P. Co. Triple Plate #8. In excellent condition.






This figual napkin rings has two cherubs holding the ring aloft above their heads on a diamond shaped ornate base.
The maker and number are not marked.







This figural napkin ring has 4 cherubs (or could be just young children) sitting at 4 corners reading a book.
The maker and number are not marked.









2 x As above with a cherub on either side of the napkin holder but with both facing away from the ring and
marked Acme Silver Co. (Torronto) 736. Rare, as not shown in G&W. 





Two cherubs appear to be lifting up a heavy ring in this figural napkin ring.
marked reed & barton 1320











  3 x two cherubs holding up a napkin ring, marked Meriden #200.
One (last) has an overstamp coin reading Rogers Smith & Co. New haven, but is also numbered 200.
It was also reproduced in the 1990s. These are however originals.
This figural napkin ring was also reproduced in the 1980's or 1970's to celebrate 100 years or so, BUT this ring is the original. 
It is shown in the collector's book "Figural Napkin Rings: Collector's Identification and Value Guide", by Gottschalk and Whitson in plate 439 on page 181.
They graded it as  C+ and valued it at $200-$350 in 1996








2 x A cherub is sitting on a bench next to a flower pot with a bird.
Marked Middletown 109.
Shown in G&W on page 176 on plate 427.
It is grossly undervalued in G&W (under $200 USD), as it is extremely rare, having only appeared twice in the last 10 years.









  4 x This figural napkin ring has a cherubleaning out from a napkin holder on a highly decorated circular base decorated with flowers and leaves.
Marked Wilcox 8206. In excellent condition.
Shown in the book by Gottschalk and Whitson's book "Figural napkin Rings: Collectors Identification and Value Guild", on page 175 in plate 425. 
They valued it at around $200 in 1996



Another one as above in less good condition to others above.
It is quite distorted. Can be rounded on an anvil.






3 x A lovely napkin ring with a baby cherub sitting on a rock base next to a leaf with a flat beaded napkin ring behind.
Marked van Bergh Silver Plate Co. #74. In very good condition.
Not shown in the book by Gottschalk and Whitson, but I guarantee it is old and authentic. If anything they did not have it in their collection when they wrote the book so is quite rare. LKH



cherub peeking around napkin ring at arrow, Wilcox, Meriden 4350.






3 x Almost the same as the previous one above except that the ring has a different shape.
It is the next in the series as it is marked
Wilcox, Meriden 4351.
Shown in G&W on page 180 in plate 436.
Valued at $200-$350 in 1996.
The former ring is not shown in G&W but this FNR with the shaped ring is much rarer to find.







cherub peeking around napkin ring at arrow, Rogers & Bro. 4376




2 x cherub and bird, Wilcox, Meriden 4302. Ring on former may have been changed.






3 x This cherub figural napkin ring is not super rare but it is hard to find with all the bits intact. It is marked Meriden B Company 333.







This figural napkin ring looks so much more impressive in the hand.
It has a cherub in a Roman emperor's costume perhaps about to deliver a speech.
The detail on teh ring itself and the base is amazing.
It is marked Middletown 90.
Shown in the book "Figural Napkin Rings: Collector's Identification and Value Guide", by Gottschalk and Whitson (G&W), in plate 440 on page 182.
They valued it as between $200 in 1996. I believe it was grossly undervalued. It is extremely rare.
The only sale of this ring that I can find (noting the other ring is quite ordinary/common and other item is a reproduction) is for $1100 plus 22% premium, which is $1342.





3 x a cherub is holding up a bunch of grapes, Van Bergh Silver Plate 90.
One is silverplated whereas the other seems to have a bronze like finish, but I have not cleaned the item.
It is shown in the book by Gottschalk and Whitson, on page 187, in plate 454. they valued it at $200-$350 in 1996. AHH






A winged cherub leans on a round napkin holder decorated at the top with flowers and vines. Unmarked. shown in G&W nonetheless.
It is shown in the book by Gottschalk and Whitson, "Figural Napkin Rings: Collectors Identification and Value Guide" on page 184 in Plate 447.
They valued it at under $200- $350 in 1996. LKH







2 x A large cherub wearing a hat sits in front of a band-edged napkin ring. Marked Pairpoint 52. First one with nice patina.
Shown in the book "Figural Napkin Rings: Collector's Identification and Value Guide", by Gottschalk and Whitson (G&W), in plate 455 on page 188.
They valued it at around $200 in 1996. LKH





This has the same walking zombi looking cherub as in the FNR above
but with a small shaped ring. perhaps made for a child.



This figural napkin ring is very similar to the one above; same cherub, similar shaped ring but beaded,
and all on an oval shaped base.
Marked Poole Silver 125. This makes me think the ring above is alos made by Poole Silver Co.
I think there is also a plainish boy figural napkin ring with a similar design that is also made by Polle Silver Co.





A cherub artist is painting the napkin ring. Great design. Marked Middletown Plate Co. 113.





2 x A cherub or baby sits on rock surrounded by a decorated scolling base, with the napkin ring behind him.
Marked
Van Bergh Silver Plate 79







2 x cherub coming out of ground holding napkin ring up above head, Meriden 223
The second ring has been professionally restored and resilvered.
It is in mint display condition.
Shown in G&W on page 189, plate 459.
This is a very rare figural napkin ring. and G&W valued this at over $200-350 in 1996







3 x kneeling cherub with napkin ring as body.
One is marked Meriden 222 (top left), but according to my references it should be 224.
I guess someone made mistake when it was numbered.
This does happen. The other two rings are marked 224 with a Rogers & Bro over-stamp/coin over the Meriden mark.
The rings above have slightly different engravings along the outside of the ring.
This is also quite common as these were done by hand. Top 2 in excellent condition. The one on the top left has a lovely dark patina.
 Shown in the book by Gottschalk and Whitson, "Figural Napkin Rings: Collectors Identification and Value Guide" on page 189 in Plate 458.
They valued it at under $200- $350 in 1996







This figural napkin ring has a cherub standing up holding the napkin holder (ring) vertically.
The cherub is in top of a slighlty oval base with Greek key patterning on the side.
It is marked Derby Silver Co. 40 and also has "Pat May 23.1905".
There is a similar ring to this in G&W on page 175 but made by Tufts and quite different.





cherub with hat and sword riding a turtle, Middletown 71



2 x In this figural napkin ring a cherub holding a spear rides a dolphin with the ring behind.
The fish may also be a chinese devil fish which the cherub is trying to kill.
  One ring is marked Rogers Smith and Co., New haven, Conn. 157. In excellent condition with tranish.
The other is marked Meriden B Company 157. in near mint condition.
Slightly different engravings on the rings.
The second one is in better condition.





This figural napkin ring has a larger cherub riding the same fish as in the ring above (dolphin or chinese devil fish).
The cherub also has a hold of the fish's tail.
The ring itself is patterned as in some kate Greenaway napkin rings, but with a scolloped edge. Not marked as to maker and number.




A cherub sits in front of a ring on a deorated circular base.
marked Meriden Silverplate Co. 219



This figural napkin ring has a cherub playing a lyre or something.
On a nice wavy base.
Marked Aurora Silver Plate Co. 9.
Shown in G&W in plate 426 on page 176.







2 x This figural napkin ring has a large cherub lifting a large ornate holder decorated with a cherubs head flowers and leaves.
The cherub is using his knee to lift the ring.
The base is very ornate and is similar to the ones used by Reed & barton in the 19th century.
It is marked Reed and Barton 1833.
Not shown in G&W so very rare. It was not in their collection when they wrote the book of in possession of their friends.
It has 
the same base as the two joker ring made by Reed and Barton, which is also super rare. BCKH






3 x cherub holding torch (bud vase or toothpick holder), Reed & Barton 1285
Last one has vase missing but you can use the hand as a toothpick holder.
 Shown in the book by G&W on page 126, in plate 301. They valued it at $350 to $500 in 1996. (CKH,CKH,LTK)




This is similar to the one above but with a different base and ring shape.
Marked Reed & Barton 1365.






2 x cherub holding bud vase, one marked Rogers Smith, Meriden CT,
 and other Meriden B Company, both number 220.
top one has some flaking/pitting.
bottom one has glass bud vase but glued/broken.




This is a fabulous rare LARGE and heavy figural napkin ring with a cherub (or maybe cupid)  holding a bow and arrows, with an ornate decorated napkin ring.
 ,All on a rectangualr base with a tiled floor. Marked J.W. Tufts 2689. In exceptional condition




This would have to be one of the best cherub napkin rings I have seen. A LARGE cherub stands poignantly in front of a raised napkin ring, with a tall bud vase behind. One often sees this ring without the vase with suggestion that it was made with a post only but obviously the vase has vanished.
Excellent dark patina. Excellent very original condtion. A huge napkin ring with extraordinary detail. marked as made by Wilcox Silverplate Co. 01513



This would ahve to be one of the loveliest figural napkin rings I have ever seen.
It has a cherub perched on top of the figural napkin ring playing a guitar underneath an arch, which acts as a handle,
with leaves flowing downwards on the sides to the ground.
Amazing design and detail. Very impressive.
It is marked 309.
It has not appeared on the USA auction scene in the last 8-9 years, for which records are available.
It is pictured in Schnadig's book (on page 15; we do not think it is a banjo though but a guitar) but not in G&W.




This figural napkin ring has a cherub playing a flute, with a glass bud vase behind.
It is marked Derby Silver Co. 321. Excellent condition.
This is a large figural napkin ring. I had trouble roating the image in the html file.






A cherub, sitting on a pedestal stool, holds a tall bud vase aloft.
Marked "7" only. Super wonderful and rare example.





2 x This figural napkin ring with a bud vase has a cherub kneeling on one knee holding up a cup
(which could be a bud vase or even a toothpick holder) above his head,
with the napkin holder ring behind hin, all on an unusual decorated base.
Marked W.M. Rogers Mfg Co., Hartford, Conn. #276. In excellent condition.











3 x a very LARGE figural napkin ring with a cherub hold napkin ring aloft, Reed & Barton, 1194
It is shown in the book by G&W on page 186, in plate 450. They valued it at $350 to $500 in 1996. 
One sold for $836 in 2010, and it's condition is not as good as the one I have here. 





5 (2 sold) x antique English figural napkin rings with a cherub carrying the napkin holder above his head.
The base is very ornate and take the form of a shell like structure.
The cherub has a drape hanging behind him.
The napkin holder is plain and nice and round.
The English seemed to have preferred to leave the 'ring'  quite plain whereas the Americans liked to engrave and decorate them further.

These figural napkin ring is marked Garrard & Co. Ltd, Regent Street, London.
The company started in 1909
and they would be c1909.






2 x This figural napkin ring has a cherub running along pushing the ring on a rectangular base with paterned edging.
It is marked Middletown 73. I believe the top one was resilvered then covered in something to stop it tarnishing.
shown in the book by Gottschalk and Whitson's book "Figural napkin Rings: Collectors Identification and Value Guild", in plate 451 on page 186.
They valued it at $200-$350 in 1996
 






This Figural napkin ring has a cherub or nymph dancing around a barrel shaped napkin holder
on a rocky oval base. Marked Pairpoint Mfg. Co. 82. G&W have same ring on page 141, plate 343
but say it is number 85. Although this has been resilvered I can see it is clearly marked 82.



This figural napkin ring has a cherub/fawndancing next to a sown log shaped napin holder (ring) on a squarish base that looks like ground/earth.
Marked Pairpoint Mfg. Co. 82. A similar one is shown in G&W in plate 343 on page 141. That one is marked pairpoint 85.
The base on teh ring shown above is very similar to the base used in the Pairpoint rabbits ring and baseball player ring.







3 x This ring has a cherub with a beer mug in his hands raised up to fend off a rat wanting to climb up on the ring with the cherub.
It is marked Middletown 70. One has a dark, perhaps bronzed, finish, other excellent silerplate, one with darkish patina.





In this figural napkin ring a cherub is riding a bicycle with a big front wheel
(this is what a bicycles actually looked like in the 1870s when this was made), holding a wreath out,
with the ring being towed behind. It is one of the rarest of the rare figural napkin rings.
Eevn one in avergae to bad condition can fetch from $500 to $1000 (2017).
It is marked as made by Adelphi Silver Plate Co. with the number 11.
It is shown in G&W on page 289. They valued it at above $500 in 1996.



This figural napkin ring has a cherub tryig hard to rollover a square shaped napkin holder.
His mucles are bulging and his face is straining.
It is marked James W Tufts 1548, and 69. It is shown in G&W on page 188 in plate 456.




This figural napkin ring has a cherub with the ring handing off his neck and he is using it as a drum.
There is one drumstick missing from the cherubs hands.
Marked Meriden Silverplate Co. 159.



In this figural napkin ring, a cherub is also playing a drum which is the napkin holder.
Excellent condition. Marked Meriden Silver plate Co. 232.






This figural napkin ring has a cherub squeezing a bunch of grapes into a cup, presumably to make wine.
Unmarked but definitely authentic. Looks like a Pairpoint Mfg. Co. item to me.





3 x cherub with horn and flowers, Simpson, Hall, Miller & Co. 051
Shown in the book by Gottschalk and Whitson in plate 437 on page 180.
They valued that one at $200 to $350 in 1996,
but in good condition it sells for more as the petals etc. tend to be broken.




This figural napkin ring has a cherub sitting on top of the napkin holder with a cup of wine in his hand.
There are vine leaves and grapes hanging down on one side and all sits on a rectangular elevated base.
Marked Rogers & Bro 01537.





cherub pulling cart with napkin ring, salt and pepper (see also combination sets), Simpson, Hall, Miller & Co. number 6 (?)







3 (1 sold for $950) x This cherub combination breakfast set has a classic cherub which is used in a number of figural napkin rings.
Instead of carrying the napkin holder ring on its back the cherub is carrying the pepper pot (in a holder) with the ring bolted to the base behind the cherub.
There is also a salt pot in front of the cherub. This is marked Simpson Hall Miller & Co. #10.
Even though I had 3, it is RARE to find COMPLETE. 
It is shown in the book by Gottschalk and Whitson, "Figural Napkin Rings: Collectors Identification and Value Guide" on page 157 in Plate 384.
They valued it at $200-$350 in 1996. Note they do not even have the correct salt cellar.
This one for sale is correct as it has the 3 rings on the salt cellar that match the pepper pot.
I think they grossly undervalued this item.
When these napkin ring combination set appear the are missing the salt or pepper pot or both and are in terrible condition.
As noted before their salt cellar is wrong. If you look at Schnadig book page 128 you can see that the salt in this auction is the same and hence correct.
The rarity of this item is also reflected by the fact that the corresponding combination set in Schnadig's book is missing the pepper pot.
I have added photos from both books mentioned above below.
One just sold at a USA auction house in May 2017 for $762 (27% premium) plus shipping. And the one sold was missing the salt cellar.





This is another figural napkin ring with a combination salt and pepper set.
It features a large shy or depressed (?) cherub standing on a pedestal behind the napkin holder with the salt and pepper set alongside.
It is marked James W Tufts 1451.
This fifgural napkin ring is shown in G&W in plate 382 on page 156.
I believe on close examination of the patterns on my ring and salt and pepper and the base that mine is correct,
whereas the one shown in G&W has been reconstituted using a different ring and a salt and pepper from another set.
The detail on my ring and bands on the salt and pepper all match and are very typical of James W Tufts work.







This one of the best combination figural napkin rings ever,
It has a cherub sailing a boat with the butter pat (plate) forming the sail and the spoon the oar.
Marked Wilcox Silver Plate Co. 1670





cherub carrying napkin ring on back, Meriden B Co. 154 (1 of 2)


cherub carrying napkin ring on back, Meriden B Co. 154 (2 of 2). ring not engraved on this one.


Very similar to the one above but with a different design ring and base.
Marked Simpson Hall Miller & Co. 016





2 x This is a very rare figural napkin ring.
It has a large winger cherub walking in front of the ring with a bird in his hand.
It is not in the G&W collection but shown in the book by Schnadig on page 14.
Unfortunately Schnadig's ring is missing the bird.
Now  I have one missing the bird too. 





2 x A cherub sitting on one knew with arms out wearing a top hat.
Marked Meriden Silverplate Co. 222



A cherub holds a brush in one hand and a top hat (which forms the napkin ring) in teh other. marked meriden Silverplate Co. 249.
It looks to have been marked 260 initially and then stamped over.




3 x Another quite rare figural napkin ring. It has a cherub or nymph playing cymbols with curved top triangular ring
It is marked Meriden B Company  246.




A cherub stands in front of a napkin ring with has 2 heart-shaped objects on it.
The think they would have originally had 2 arrows going through them, meeting at the top centre.
There is alos a small dog underneath the napkin riung that you cannort see in the photographs.
The ring is marked to be made by reed & barton and is #1315.






A lovely delicate cherub design figural napkin ring wuth a small detailed cherub standing next to the napkin ring on a leafy branch, with a very detailed butterfly on top of the napkin ring. Marked Victor Silver Co, 514. In exceptional condition.




This figural napkin ring has a small cherub sitting on top of the napkin holder, with 2 relatively large chicks on either side in the napkin holder.
The ring is marked Osborn & Co. #711.
There is a very similar figural napkin ring with two dogs on either side in the dog section that is also made by Osborn & Co.,
and both rings also have the same decorated rectangular base.    




A cherub sits on an oval base next to a figural napkin ring decorated with ice hockey sticks and a puck. Marked as made by Meriden B Company, number 645.



In this figural napkin ring a cherub is reaching behind for arrows on knifes. Unmarked as far as I can tell.
Someone has scratched the base and tested it for sterling silver.







  2 x a cherub riding pieced napkin ring with 2 ball feet base, Apollo Silver Co. 134
I only have two of these rings now.
This VERY RARE napkin ring is NOT shown/mentioned in the book "Figural Napkin Rings: Collector's Identification and Value Guide", by Gottschalk and Whitson (G&W).
It is extremely interesting to find a figural napkin ring with a pieced napkin ring.

I have only seen a few that are pieced.
I sold one with a squirrel (Apollo #133) recently, and I have previously seen one on the Internet with a buffalo, but this was unmarked. 








This figural napkin ring is similar to the ring above which has a cherub sitting on top of the napkin hodler but this one sits on a round pedestal base.
It is not marked as to maker as far as I can see. It may have had a coin stamp on the inside of the pedestal underneath.









 2(different) x A cherub sits on a napkin holder with reins to a very large bird it is presumably riding.
 This is a very rare and rather large figural napkin ring.
The first one is marked Rockford 151.
The second is marked Bristol Plate Co.
Bristol Plate Co. is not listed in G&W but on www.silvercollection at this link and the hallmark is identical to that shown.
I am sure it is authentic.



In this figural napkin ring a small cherub sits on the napkin holder like it is using the turtle to pull it along (missing reins, I think). the base is made of 2 fern leaves and the feet are eggplants. Very rare and unusual. Unmarked as far as I can tell but looks authentic. 




In this figural napkin ring a cherub sits on top of ring with a rearing horse pulling the cerub along.
Sits on a rectanguar base. In excellent condition. I guess the cherub would have had reins to the horse's mouth.
Marked Toronto S.P. Co. 740. Not shown in G&W so extremely rare. Only one I have ever seen.









5 x In this magnificant figural napkin ring a cherub as abobe rides on the napkin holder on wheels with reins to
a swan which is pulling the cart along. All in near mint condition. 
Marked as made by Meriden B Company with the production number SB 333.
I have encountered this figural  napkin ring in Australia only but have not seen it much in USA auctions.
I sometimes wonder if it was a special batch (hence "SB") that was released in Australia. 
This figural napkin rings is NOT shown in 
the book "Figural Napkin Rings: Collector's Identification and Value Guide", by Gottschalk and Whitson (G&W),
so is very rare and may confirm my belief it was a special batch release. LHHH




Here is another one. The rein needs to be reattached to the swan.





This is an extremely rare figural napkin ring which has a deer pulling a cherub on top of the round holder.
Not in G&W collection.
Marked G. Weeton Mfg. Co. 10




This FNR has a cherub being pulled along by a dog.
The ring is marked james W Tufts 1543.
I believe the chain has been changed.
Shown in G&W plate 435 page 179
Valued at $200-4350 in 1996.





A cherub sits upon the napkin holder (ring) and is being pulled by a butterfly.
Marked Rockford Silver P Co. 172.
Shown in G&W page 179, plate 435.
Valued at $200-$350 in 1996.
The reins need to be repaired.




A cherub sitting on the napkin holder is being pulled along by a butterfly on a flower.
Marked 021. Located Simpson Hall miller & Co. Hard to find in undamaged condition.



flying cherub pulling napkin ring, unmarked




In this figural napkin ring a cherub is pulling the ring on a sleigh.
Marked Meriden Silverplate Co. 284.




And one more. This one is clearly marked.
marked Barbour Silver Co. number 10. Three of the napkin rings have been professionally replated.
This ring is quite rare.
Only one of these has appeared in a USA auction house in the last 5 years and it sold for $420 (includes premium) plus postage/courier.








A cherub sits on a stool reading a book with the ring behind him on a pedestal
Marked Simpson Hall Miller & Co. 02. Althought this ring may appear to be
quite common, it is actually quite rare, and was not the the G&W collection.







cherub riding napkin ring like it is a bicycle....i do not know if the cherub had reins. one wheel needs repair. unmarked.



This simple figural napkin ring has a small cherub standing in front of the ring. It is unmarked as to maker and number.





This majestic and rather large figural napkin ring has a large seated cherub playing the flute next to the
napkin holder which take the form of a book. Both sit on an elevated oval base. It is marked Derby Silver Company 320.
It is shown in G&W on page 177, in plate 430. They valued it t $500 and up in 1996.
It sold for $1560 at Dan Murphy auctions in 2014 and 2022. There is a similar napkin ring with a bud vase
above. BLHH