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Antique Chester Silver Jay, Richard Attenborough & Co Pedestal Chalice Bowl 1913 (Code 2071)

  • £26500


Description

An early 20th century English silver chalice shaped pedestal dish. It is hallmarked for Chester 1913 during the reign of George V. A stylish example with reeded band to the bowl and twin curled handles and a swept pedestal foot with annulated knop. The makers mark is somewhat polished but can be made out as for Jay, Richard Attenborough & Co of Oxford Street in London. Their retail space was at 142 & 144 Oxford Street with a double frontage and they traded in gold, silver and diamonds. It was common for such retailers to have either their own production elsewhere, or to commission work from other silversmiths to sell on. This is why it is common to find London based merchants items having hallmarks from other regions (Chester in this case).



Condition

Generally good with normal light wear for the period. A few minor indents to the rim. Makers mark not fully impressed and partially rubbed, some rubbing also to the hallmarks, but these can all be discerned. No major knocks or dents and of good heavy gauge silver.


Measurements (Approx)

Width: 23.3 cm ( 9 1/4 inch) across handles

Height: 15.5 cm ( 6 1/8 inch)

Weight: 422 grams (before packing).



Stock Code: 2071 MR20-1

 


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