AN OXHEAD STIRRUP CUP CENTURY The horned animal with its fur picked out in black, its ears, eyes and mouth in rose enamels, its bridle and nostrils in yellow, the interior with a green and black patterned band at the rim 5 in.
A WILLIAM IV SILVER STAG STIRRUP-CUP MARK OF PAUL STORR, LONDON, 1834 Realistically cast as a stag's head, engraved with an inscription, marked on side 5¾ in. (14.6 cm.) long 20 oz. (622. gr.) The inscription reads 'H.R.H. Prince George of Cambridge to Charles Davis 1835'
Rare piece of scrimshaw. One side of the hollowed ivory shaft featuring a drawing of two women, their faces solemn as they demonstrate proper use of the object. The entire scene above a flowing banner emblazoned with "Remember Me".