Maker's mark of Stephen Smith
Length: 80 cm, 31.5 in.
Weight: 5,000 g, 160 oz 15 dwt
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Identified as a very fine nineteenth-century London silversmith, he registered his mark in January 1865 with his workshop at 35 King Street, Covent Garden, London.Description
Of oval form impressively engraved with four eagles with outstretched wings on foliate platforms united by entwined scrolls and trailing vines, the openwork border designed with classical male heads interspersed between lion flanked urns and trailing vines, scroll handles.
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