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Offertory Salver for Lichfield Cathedral
This salver, made for Lichfield Cathedral, depicts the six days of Creation.
The panels show light and darkness, plants, sea creatures, birds, mammals, and Adam and Eve. The design is based on the cathedral's vaulting, and round the edge are six gargoyles. Silver and semi-precious cabochon stones, agate, amethyst, cornelian, garnet, iolite, moonstone, tourmaline.
Winged horses bowl
The Royal Household's Jubilee gift to Her Majesty the Queen.
Three winged horses support a bowl; inside the bowl is a central boss with the Royal coat of arms.
Centrepiece for Queen Alexandra's Nurses
Large silver-gilt and silver bowl and cover, incorporating the tree of life and insignia of Queen Alexandra’s Nurses.
Siver and silver-gilt.
Bowl for Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher
Pair of bowls for 10 Downing Street†
Made for the Silver Trust, a pair of bowls with oak trees.† One bowl depicts a winterís night with a unicorn, the other shows a summerís day with a lion.†
Silver, parcel-gilt, with a variety of semi-precious cabochon stones.† The winter bowl is set with cubic zirconia.† Height 22.5cm (9 inches), diameter 26cm (10 1/4 inches).
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