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bowl



Reference Name LCNUG : 1972/139b

A silver rose bowl with a seperate rim, presented to Dudley Pelham on his marriage by fellow officers of the Lincolnshire Yeomanry.

Physical Dimensions:

  • object height: 22.3 cms
  • object diameter: 32 cms
  • bowl height: 16 cms
  • bowl diameter: 32 cms
  • rim height: 7 cms
  • rim diameter: 27.5 cms

Material: metal, silver

Condition: good

Quantity: 1

Completeness: complete

Inscription: CS / H

Period: 20th Century

Period: 20th Century

Production Place: London, UK

Organisation:

Lincolnshire Imperial Yeomanry

Person:

silversmith: Harris, Charles Stuart

Commentary: A silver rose bowl with a seperate rim, presented to Dudley Pelham on his marriage by fellow officers of the Lincolnshire Yeomanry. The bowl has two lions head handles and is decorated with reeding and gadrooning (decorated with ribbing). The bowl has two shields, one decorated with a coat of arms, the other an inscription. The detachable rim is decorated with a scrolling pattern and small heads.

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