A early 20th century silver plated, ermine and red velvet coronet  made by H Poole & Co, Savill Row
Lot 15*
A silver, ermine and red velvet baron's coronet, the mount by Garrard & Co, London 1910, retailed by H Poole & Co, Savill Row
£1,000 - 1,500
US$ 1,700 - 2,500
withdrawn
Lot Details
A silver, ermine and red velvet baron's coronet
the mount by Garrard & Co, London 1910, retailed by H Poole & Co, Savill Row,
of typical form with gold thread finial together with tin case engraved: Lord Glenconner, 24cm high

Footnotes

  • The present lot was ordered for use at the coronation of King George V by Edward Priaulx Tennant, 1st Baron Glenconner (1859-1920). It would have subsequently been used by Christopher Grey Tennant, 2nd Baron Glenconner (1899-1983) for the coronations of King George VI (1937) and Queen Elizabeth II (1953).

    The full regalia consisted of a coronet bearing six silver balls, equally spaced and all of equal size and height. The rim itself is plain rather than jewelled or chased. The robes are made of crimson silk velvet, trimmed with white ermine embellished with two rows of black sealskin spots.


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