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A very rare Scottish Grape Bowl made in Edinburgh in 1837 by John McKay.


The Bowl stands on a circular pedestal foot with bat wing panels, chased with grapes and flower heads. The main body is also circular in form and has a feather edge rim. The top section of the sides is chased with floral sprays and grapes, denoting its use. The front displays a contemporary Armorial, with Motto below and Crest above. The reverse displays a scroll cartouche containing a set of contemporary script initials. This piece is in excellent crisp condition and is very well marked.

Height: 3.45 inches, 8.63cm.

Diameter at the rim: 6.1 inches, 15.3cm.

Weight: 23oz