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An oblong silver casket

Maker:  Maker Unknown


An oblong silver casket, the lid chased with the same arms as the preceding on a background of Naval trophies and the sides engraved with bright-cut panels of trophies and a band of scrolling foliage and diaperwork borders, and the base with inscription 5in. wide, by T Phipps and E Robinson 1792. The inscription reads "To the Right Honble, Earl Fitzwilliam Viscount Milton etc the Corporation of the Trinity House at Kingston upon Hull Present this Box to his Lordship as a sincere Tribute of their Regard for the Honour which they receive by the Enrolling into their Brotherhood a Descendant and possessor of those Patriotic Virtues which have long distinguished the Illustrious House of Wentworth. Willm. Hammond Warden, 1792", containing the original script granting the brotherhood of the Guild and seal in plain box, by the same, 1792.

ID:  874