Sterling Silver - Nathan and Hayes - Ramsey Abbey Incense Boat - 1911

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Sterling Silver - Nathan and Hayes - Ramsey Abbey Incense Boat - 1911

£600.00

Description

A George V Silver Incense-Boat, by Nathan and Hayes, Chester, 1911.

Gothic style, inspired by the medieval Ramsey Abbey incense boat, oval and on shaped foot, the ends with ram's mask finials, the cover pierced and with a facetted ball finial. The incense-boat which is the inspiration for the present example was discovered in 1850 at the bottom of Whittlesea Mere, Huntingdonshire, dated to circa 1350 and is now in the collection of the Victoria and Albert Museum

Markings: Signed as per images above. Hallmarked for Nathan & Hayes, Chester, 1911.

Condition: Item is in excellent condition - professional regilded so is in sparkling condition. Please see images above.

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Material and Technique Sterling silver gilt.
Origin British
Period 1910s
Style Medieval
Condition Excellent
Hallmark A George V Silver Incense-Boat, by Nathan and Hayes, Chester, 1911. Gothic style, inspired by the medieval Ramsey Abbey incense boat, oval and on shaped foot, the ends with ram's mask finials, the cover pierced and with a facetted ball finial. The incense-boat which is the inspiration for the present example was discovered in 1850 at the bottom of Whittlesea Mere, Huntingdonshire, dated to circa 1350 and is now in the collection of the Victoria and Albert Museum Markings: Signed as per images above. Hallmarked for Nathan & Hayes, Chester, 1911.
Dimensions Boat is 7 1/2" (19 cm) long, 205 grams in weight.

Product REF: 6B3-CB9-1FD