Unmarked arts and crafts Cup
Unmarked arts and crafts Cup

EDWARD SPENCER (1873-1938)

Unmarked arts and crafts Cup

c. 1912 England

Offered by Peter Cameron

£7,000 gbp
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An unmarked Cup set with panels of mother-of-pearl, together with a presentation Shield, hall-marked London 1912. The cup and shield were given as prizes at the Petersfield Musical Festival in memory of Grace Keily, their Honourary Secretary. Although the cup is unmarked, it corresponds very closely to designs by Edward Spencer for the Artificers' Guild in the collection of the Goldsmiths' Company in London. The shield is hallmarked for London 1912 with the mark of the Artificers' Guild.
Wednesday April 23rd 1913 :-
Hants and Sussex News.
The Petersfield Festival. More Popular and Delightful than Ever. Impressive Tribute to Miss Keily.

‘A challenge vase and a challenge shield, valuable trophies of great beauty, subscribed for by some of her friends, were offered as aggregate prizes in the adults’ competitions.’
The diameter given for the cup is that of the upper rim.
Good. Some firestain to the centre of the engraved presentation shield.
Height 15.00 cm (5.91 inches)
Diameter 13.80 (5.43 inches)
Stock Code
silver, mother of pearl
Peter Cameron

Peter Cameron
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