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A SET OF FOUR ELIZABETH II SILVER PHEASANTS
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A SET OF FOUR ELIZABETH II SILVER PHEASANTS

MARK OF DAWSON OF STAMFORD LTD. OVERSTRIKING THAT OF TIMOTHY LUKES, LONDON, 2005

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A SET OF FOUR ELIZABETH II SILVER PHEASANTS
MARK OF DAWSON OF STAMFORD LTD. OVERSTRIKING THAT OF TIMOTHY LUKES, LONDON, 2005
Each realistically modelled and differing, two as cocks and two as hens, each marked on tail
23 in. (58.4 cm.) long and smaller
438 oz. 10 dwt. (13,637 gr.)

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These nearly life sized and realistically cast and chased pheasants are among a small group of some 20 sets which have been crafted over the last 20 years by Timothy Lukes. As with the present examples they typically weigh between 210 and 225 troy ounces per pair. Though made by Lukes they very often are marked with the mark of their retailer, as with the present set.

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