Maker’s mark of William Parr
Diameter: 27.3 cm, 10 ¾ in.
Weight: 1,617 g, 52 oz
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Probably E. Marshall Hall, Esq. K.C. of 3 Temple Garden, E.C.
Christie's, London, May 28, 1907, lot 71 (£190 to Heigham)
Christie's, London, June 4, 2013, lot 345
G. Lee, British Silver Monteith Bowls including American and European Examples, Byfleet, 1978, no. 146, p. 83Description
The bowl on gadrooned pedestal foot the main with vertical fluting. The central cartouche with asymmetrical scrolls, shells and scalework to form the mantling to the roundel with engraved reverse cypher. The bail handles pendant from winged lion masks and the detachable scalloped rim with cherub heads at the high points.
Fully hallmarked on body and rim and handles.
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