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International Exhibition of 1862: A Pair of Victorian Silver Equestrian Groups, John S. Hunt for Hunt & Roskell, London, designed and modeled by Alfred Brown, 1854

Estimate:

50,000 - 70,000 USD

Property from the Collection of Mr. Joseph Segal

International Exhibition of 1862: A Pair of Victorian Silver Equestrian Groups, John S. Hunt for Hunt & Roskell, London, designed and modeled by Alfred Brown, 1854

International Exhibition of 1862: A Pair of Victorian Silver Equestrian Groups, John S. Hunt for Hunt & Roskell, London, designed and modeled by Alfred Brown, 1854

Estimate:

50,000 - 70,000 USD

Lot sold:

69,300

USD

International Exhibition of 1862: A Pair of Victorian Silver Equestrian Groups, John S. Hunt for Hunt & Roskell, London, designed and modeled by Alfred Brown, 1854

one depicting a mounted hunter with stag and hound, the other a mounted female falconer with two coursing hounds, both on shaped rectangular rococo bases, the side cartouches engraved with arms

fully marked on tops of bases, hunter marked on top of cape and on sword, falconer marked at bottom edge of saddle cloth


198 oz 15 dwt

6183 g

height of taller 14 3/4 in.

37.5 cm

reins missing from hunter figure; seam starting to open at top of horse's tail on falconer figure, some stress cracks on supporting legs, minor staining around vent holes otherwise good, very finely modeled


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Thomas, 2nd Earl de Grey (1781-1859), to his daughter

Ann, Countess Cowper (1806-1880)

David Orgell, Beverly Hills, 1978

International Exhibition of 1862, London, Hunt & Roskell display, no. LXXIV.