13 - 15 September 2011
AN EDWARD VII SILVER SALVER
MARK OF WILLIAM COMYNS, LONDON, 1903
Shaped square with moulded border, on four bracket feet, engraved with an inscription below a crest, marked on the reverse
14 in. (36 cm.) square
41 oz. (1,280 gr.)
The crest is that of Pearson for Harold Pearson, later 2st Viscount Cowdray (1882-1933).
The inscription reads 'PRESENTED TO Weetman Harold Pearson Esqre on the occassion of his marriage. By the men & women Liberals of the County of Rutland. November 14th 1905.'
Presented to Harold Pearson, later 2nd Viscount Cowdray (1882-1933) on the occasion of his marriage on 14 November 1905 to Agnes Beryl, younger daughter of Lord Edward Spencer Churchill, by the Men and Woman Liberals of the County of Rutland.
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