A MONUMENTAL GARRARD VICTORIAN SILVER FIGURAL CENTERPIECE. R&S Garrard, London, England, circa 1851-1852 . Designed by Edmun...
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1518 Slocum Street
R&S Garrard, London, England, circa 1851-1852
Designed by Edmund Cotterill (English, 1795-1860)
Marks: (lion passant), (leopard's head), (duty mark), RG, Q
16-3/4 high x 16-1/4 inches diameter (42.5 x 41.3 cm)
226.68 troy ounces
The highly detailed silver center piece with turbaned Moorish rider on horse in traditional dress, rein in one hand and sword in the other, horse raised on textured base above a camel lying beside his rider seated on a rug with pipe in hand, center piece rests on wood base measuring base 4" high by 20" diameter. Silver base is fully marked with partial marks to rear quarter of camel, fringed cloak of rider and sword.
Condition Report*:in excellent condition, with minor fray to cord at waist of rider
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