Victorian Silver Gilt Ewer

Created by Frazer & Haws for the Gooch Family of Suffolk - London 1869

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An impressive example of a genuine Victorian silver  gilt ewer, of ovoid form on a  pedestal foot, the body  chased with two classical  warriors and armor trophies  within ribbon and leaf swags,  the fluted shoulder beneath a  broad pouring lip and helmet  surmounted scroll handle, the  coat of arms on the knight's  shield are for Gooch, impaling  Hirst, Baronets of Benacre  Hall, Suffolk

48cm. high,  maker's mark unclearly  stamped possibly -F over  E-, the base stamped 'Frazer  & Haws from Garrards, Regent  Street, London, London, 1869,  87.90ozs.

Sir Edward Sherlock Gooch, 7th Baronet, born 1843, married 9th October 1866 Ellen Emily, eldest daughter of Robert Augustus Hankey Hirst of Basingstoke. He succeeded his father as baronet in 1856 and died without issue in 1872.

For more information on "The Gooch Family of Benacre Estate", please visit: http://www.benacre.co.uk/10.html

 

Inventory No. 22-9

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