29 November 2007
A VICTORIAN PARCEL-GILT SILVER VASE
MARK OF EZEKIEL AND EMANUEL EMANUEL, LONDON, 1866
Of amphora form, the sides chased with classical figures and horses, with flaring neck, the rim engraved with an inscription, marked near rim, further stamped 'West & Son'
21¾ in. (55.3 cm.) high
112 oz. (3,489 gr.)
The inscription reads 'WEXFORD HUNT CLUB CHALLENGE CUP''
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