London, South Kensington
8 October 2002
AN EDWARDIAN IRISH SILVER TWO-HANDLED TRAY
MARK OF GIBSON & CO. LTD., DUBLIN, 1908
OF RECTANGULAR FORM, WITH TWO SIDE HANDLES TERMINATING IN CELTIC CREATURE MASKS, THE BORDER CAST AND CHASED WITH MASKS, INTERSPERSED WITH FOUR CIRCULAR BOSSES, THE SURFACE OF THE TRAY ENGRAVED WITH WIDE BAND OF STRAPWORK AND CELTIC MOTIF PANELS - 66CM. (26IN.) LONG, 178OZ.
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