29 November 2007,
Price realised GBP 26,900
GBP 15,000 - GBP 25,000
A GEORGE IV SILVER-GILT CHARGER
MARK OF ROBERT GARRARD, LONDON, 1826
In the Queen Anne style, shaped circular and with robust gadrooned border, the broad rim applied with foliage and shell strapwork on textured ground, the centre chased with a horse racing scene, the back engraved with an inscription, marked on the back, the back further stamped 'GARRARDS Panton Street LONDON', with a later wood frame
26¼ in. (66.5 cm.) diam.
202 oz. (6,287 gr.)
The inscription reads 'ASCOT HEATH RACES 1832 THE RT HONBLE THE EARL OF LICHFIELD STEWARD'
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