20 November 2009
A VICTORIAN SILVER BASKET
MARK OF ROBERT GARRARD, LONDON, 1862
Oval and on spreading foot, the foot and rim each with quatrefoil border, the sides pierced with latticework and with a Prince-of-Wales feather within a garter at each end, with an overhead swing handle, engraved with the Royal arms with a label for difference within the Garter motto and with the Royal crown above, marked underneath and on handle, the base further stamped 'R. & S. GARRARD PANTON ST. LONDON'
14¼ in. (36 cm.) wide
62 oz. (1,923 gr.)
The arms are those of Prince Albert Edward, Prince of Wales, later King Edward VII (1841-1910).
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