A Monumental Victorian Ewer

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A Monumental Victorian Ewer

1857 United Kingdom

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This is a monumental Victorian Silver Ewer made by the famous English silversmith, Barnards.There are the hallmarks near the rim and the base is further stamped 'A. B. Savory & Sons Cornhill London'.
The inscription reads: 'Presented to William Earle Welby, Esq'r M.P. on his marriage 1863 with the Hon'ble Victoria Alexandrina M. L. S. Stuart Wortley Niece of Charles Cecil John 6th Duke of Rutland by 186 Tenant Occupiers of land on the Estate of his Father Sir Glynne Earle Welby Gregory Bart in Token of the High Esteem in Which he is Held by Them'.
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The arms are those of Welby quartering Gregory and impaling Wortley quartering Stuart with a crescent for difference for William Earle Welby-Gregory, later 4th Bt. (1829-1898) and his wife Victoria Alexandrina Maria Louisa Stuart-Wortley (1837-1912), daughter of Charles Stuart-Wortley-Mackenzie (1808-1844) and his wife Lady Emmeline Stuart-Wortley 1806-1855), who he married in 1863.
William Earle Welby-Gregory, later 4th Bt. (1829-1898) on his marriage to Victoria Alexandrina Maria Louisa Stuart-Wortley (1837-1912), daughter of Charles Stuart-Wortley-Mackenzie (1808-1844) and his wife Lady Emmeline Stuart-Wortley 1806-1855) and then by descent.
Dimensions
Height 62.00 cm (24.41 inches)
Weight 136.00oz t (4229.60g)
Stock Code
21848.4
Medium
Silver
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