TWO SIMILAR VICTORIAN SILVER-MOUNTED OAK WINE COASTERS
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TWO SIMILAR VICTORIAN SILVER-MOUNTED OAK WINE COASTERS

THE FIRST WITH MARK OF CHARLES RAWLINGS AND WILLIAM SUMMERS, LONDON, 1837; THE SECOND WITH THE MARK OF ROBINSON, EDKINS AND ASTON, BIRMINGHAM, 1837

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TWO SIMILAR VICTORIAN SILVER-MOUNTED OAK WINE COASTERS
THE FIRST WITH MARK OF CHARLES RAWLINGS AND WILLIAM SUMMERS, LONDON, 1837; THE SECOND WITH THE MARK OF ROBINSON, EDKINS AND ASTON, BIRMINGHAM, 1837
Each circular the foot and rim applied with differing gadrooned bands, the turned wood base applied with two silver medallions, one of each engraved with a tree above the legend "Ceubren yr Ellyll 1813" one engraved with a coat-of-arms and the other vacant, each marked on foot and rim mounts
6 in. (15 cm.) diameter (2)
Provenance
Commissioned by the Vaughan family, Nannau, Meirioneth, Wales, and thence by descent until 2004
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