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Royal. A Victorian silver-gilt table bell, Mortimer & Hunt, London, 1839
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Royal. A Victorian silver-gilt table bell, Mortimer & Hunt, London, 1839
ornate cast foliate closed scroll handle, the body engraved with the cypher of Frederick William IV of Prussia above oak band and within palm and below laurel wreaths,  chased with a bouquet of roses, thistles and shamrock
12.5cm., 4 7/8 in. high
240gr. 7oz. 14dwt.
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The roses, thistles shamrock and oak, symbols of England, Scotland, Ireland and Germany suggest this bell supplied  by Mortimer & Hunt, jewellers and goldsmiths to the royal family, was a gift from a member of British royalty to Frederick William IV (1795-1861) whose cypher is engraved on it and who had become king of Prussia in 1840.  Frederick William was senior royal sponsor (godparent)  at the Christening of Queen Victoria's son Albert Edward (Edward VII) at St George's Chapel, Windsor,  in 1842.

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