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James Inglis and his wife Marion Stewart, presumably to celebrate their marriage in 1615 and presumably gifted to his daughter
Margaret, perhaps as a wedding gift on her marriage to Patrick Bell and presumably gifted to their son
Patrick Bell, perhaps to celebrate his marriage in 1649 to Mary Campbell.
James Ivory, Laverockdale House, Colinton Midlothian; Sotheby's London, 8 April 1937, lot 151.
A Glasgow Collector; Morrison, McChlery and Co., Glasgow, 25 November 1960, lot 194.
Geoffrey J. Monro; Sotheby's London, 18 June 1987, lot 199.
with Richard Jarvis, London.
HIGHLY IMPORTANT SILVER FROM THE COLLECTION OF LORD HARRIS OF PECKHAM
I. Findlay, Scottish Gold and Silver Work, Stevenage, 1991, p. 94, pl. 32ii.
G. Dalgleish and H.S. Fotheringham, Silver: Made in Scotland, Edinburgh, p. 37-38, no. 3.9.
Glasgow, Bellahouston Park, The Empire Exhibition, 1938, no. 46.
Edinburgh, The National Museum of Scotland, Silver: Made in Scotland, January-April 2008, no. 3.9.