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    Dario Ghio Antiquites Centrepiece

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    A large George IV silver centrepiece presented to Lord Grantham, Colonel-Comandant of the Yorkshire Hussar Regiment of Yeomarny Cavalry, York 28 may 1827, Robert Garrard, London 1827. The massive shaped square base applied above shell and foliage supports with a coat-of-arms, motto, supporters and coronet on three sides and an inscription on the fourth between the badge of the Yorkshire Hussar regiment of Yeomanry Cavalry and other motifs, the central column flanked by Classical figures, a leopard, goat and lion below a shallow circular dish. The arms are those of Thomas Philip de Gray, 2nd Earl de Grey (*1781 - ?1859) who between 1786 and 1833 was known as Lord Grantham. A well-known Tory politician, he served as Colonel-Comandant of the Yorkshire Hussar regiment of Cavalry for more than forty years. He was aide-de-camp to both William IV and Queen Victoria.


    • Origin : MONACO
    • Materials : Silver
    • Designer : Robert Garrard

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