9 October 2002
A SILVER TROPHY BOWL WITH ANTLER SUPPORTS
Lacking maker's mark, circa 1898
A circular bowl with three antlers forming supports, the body with acid etched presentation inscription, To Alexander Van Rensselaer Meadowbrook Farms January 15th 1898 Thomas B. Wanamaker, Arthur W. Howe, Meredith Bailey, Edward H. Trotter, Eugene Townsend, Samuel P. Wetherill, A.J.D. Dixon, B. Frank Clyde, J. Price Wetherill, Arthur E. Newbold, T. Henry Dixon, Thomas F. Dixon, Samuel Welsh, Clarence Lewis
12¾in. (32.5cm.) diameter; gross wieght 79oz.
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Good condition overall, the etched inscription very good condition without wear, the interior of the bowl with light surface scratching from use as expected, the underside only marked "sterling patented".
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