Stock Number: BERSB2718
This antique solid silver sailing regatta trophy which dates from the Coronation Year 1902 is in the form of a footed bowl, made by silversmith Atkin Brothers and is fully hallmarked for 1901.
This handsome footed bowl has a wonderful fluted design with beautiful decoration to the bottom and underside and has an interesting inscription that reads ....
Bourne End Regatta.
So this sailing trophy would have been awarded as first prize at the illuminated boats race at the Bourne End Regatta in 1902 which was the Coronation year for King Edward VII. This yearly regatta on the River Thames has taken place since the late 19th century.
This fine quality trophy would make a unique collector's piece for a sailing enthusiast.
Material: Solid Silver.
Maker: Atkin Brothers.
Hallmark: Lion for Sterling Silver. Crown for Sheffield. Date letter i for 1901. Maker's mark H.A for Atkin Brothers.
Dimensions: Diameter: 17 cm (6 3/4"). Height: 11.5 cm (4 1/2").
Weight: 312 g.
Condition: Very good antique condition with signs of use in keeping with age. Some light surface scratches and a few small dings. Sits slightly uneven. Please see pictures.
Please note that only the silver bowl is included and any other items in the pictures are for display only.
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