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Table centre


Table centre in the form of a loving cup, of partly gilt silver, with four ivory handles, each surmounted by the figure of a lion sejant, presented to Viscount Horne of Slamannan by the Unionists of Stirlingshire: English, London, by Charles Moxey and William Glennie of the Artificers' Guild, designed by Edward Spencer, c. 1911

Museum reference



Decorative and Applied Art

Object name

Table centre

Production information

Artificers' Guild
London, England, Northern Europe
Moxey, Charles, 1901 - 1911 (fl.), Silversmith
Glennie, William
Spencer, Edward, 1872 - 1938, Designer


c. 1911


Silver, Ivory, Moonstone, Chrysoprase, Opal, Quartz, Amethyst

Physical description

Partly gilt silver, with ivory handles, and moonstones, chrysoprase, opal, quartz and amethyst


Previous owner: Viscount Horne of Slamannan
Presenter: Stirlingshire Unionists

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