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AN ELIZABETH II SILVER CAVIAR DISH
AN ELIZABETH II SILVER CAVIAR DISH

MARK OF S. J. SHRUBSOLE, LONDON, 1989

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AN ELIZABETH II SILVER CAVIAR DISH
MARK OF S. J. SHRUBSOLE, LONDON, 1989
Circular, the gilt interior fitted with cut-glass bowl, the cover with baluster finial, marked under base and cover; together with two silver American beakers, John Frick, New York, 20th century, each cylindrical, applied with enamel penant and engraved TWENTY FOOT CLASS August 1941 and 1946, each marked on base; a Peruvian silver presentation plate, circa 1968, the center chased with the coat-of-arms of Peru and engraved with presentation inscripition, marked on reverse
The caviar dish 9 1/8 in. (23 cm.) diameter; 56 oz. (1,749 gr.) gross weight (4)
Provenance
The caviar dish: Christie's, New York, 29 November 2004, lot 740
The Peruvian plate: Collection of Madame Neila Barletta de Cates, sold 18 March 2003, lot 4

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Lot Essay

Fernando Belaúnde Terry (1912-2002) was President of Peru for two non-consecutive terms (1963-1968 and 1980-1985).

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