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Regimental: An extremely rare silver Gilt Kettle Drum Bowl made in Birmingham in 1878 by Frederick Elkington.

£ 3,450

The Bowl is silver gilt and is modelled as a Kettle Drum. The round bowl is applied with ropework wirework, simulating tension rods. The front of the main body is engraved with a contemporary double griffins head Crest. The bowl stands on three detailed crossed timpani drumsticks, raised on a triform base with three ball feet. This piece is very well marked and stemped with the serial number 236. A very fine and very rare piece which most probably used officers in a Regimental Mess.

Height: 5.1 inches, 12.75 cm
Diameter at the rim: 4.25 inches, 10.63cm
Weight: 11oz