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Hammered Silver Chalice with Golf Clubs*
Late Arts & Crafts hammered silver chalice with three handles beneath which golf clubs stand leaning against the stem of the bowl.
On a circular domed foot showing hammered decoration on its centre section, the ornately shaped stem rises to support the fully hammered bowl, beneath which the tops of the three curved handles are also attached.
Splendid detail with even the handles of the clubs depicting the leather wrapping around them.
Made by the Sheffield silversmiths R.F. Mosley & Co, this is a characterful piece of Arts & Crafts silver that may originally have been a trophy or perhaps a gift to someone with a golfing interest.
Showing a good crisp Sheffield hallmark for the year 1938, the height is 19 cm and the diameter of the bowl is approximately 15.5 cm.