A Pair of George IV 'Bucket' Wine-Coolers

PHILLIP RUNDELL (worked c.1810-1840)

A Pair of George IV 'Bucket' Wine-Coolers

1820 United Kingdom

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Tapering and with reeded borders and central band, with two scroll loop handles, with detachable liner, engraved twice with a coat-of-arms, the liners engraved twice with a crest, marked near handles and on liners.
The arms are those of Clive quartering Styche and Herbert impaling Windsor, for the Hon. Robert Henry Clive (1780-1854), of Oakley Park, Shropshire and his wife Lady Mary (1797-1869), daughter of Other, 5th Earl of Plymouth (1751-1799) and sister and co-heir of Other, 6th Earl of Plymouth (1789-1833), whom he married in 1819. On the death of her brother Lady Mary the barony of Windsor fell into abeyance between her and her sister. The abeyance was terminated in favour of Lady Mary in 1855 and she became Baroness Windsor, assuming the additional name of Windsor the same year. Her grandson Robert George (1857-1923), succeeded her and was crested 1st Earl of Plymouth of the second creation in 1905.
Hon. Robert Henry Clive (1780-1854), of Oakley Park, Shropshire and then bequeathed to his wife
Lady Mary Clive, later Baroness Windsor (1797-1869) by descent to
Robert Henry Clive, 1st Earl of Plymouth (1857-1923) by descent to his son
Other Robert Ivor, 3rd Earl of Plymouth (b.1923).
Height 21.00 cm (8.27 inches)
Weight 4787.00g (153.92oz t)
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