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English silver plate centrepiece bowl, of classic Georgian proportions with graceful S scroll handles. Trademarked for Harrison Brothers & Howson (H B & H) with one of their frequently used trademarks, ALPHA under a crown. English, mid 20th century.
The heraldic crest is of a bull with a fleur-de-lis in a lozenge at his neck, rising from a crown with the motto “Dum Terar Prosum”, Latin for “As long as I am wearing myself out, I am useful”. Variations on this crest were used by Charles Vincent Massey (1887-1967) the 18th Governor General of Canada (1952-59) the first Canadian born Governor General. The emblems were originally recorded at the College of Arms, London England in 1927.
We think this would make a beautiful presentation piece or trophy!
10 1/4” (26cm) diameter, 15” (38.1cm) across the handles,
9 5/8” (24.5cm) high to the top of the handles.