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A pair of figures of sheep, Robert Garrard, London, 1852/4.

Each sheep stands on a shaped base which is chased as natural ground, and has an ebonised plinth, overall height 21cm and 19.7cm.

Garrards was a fine and long established firm of silversmiths which produced elaborate domestic silverware, fine jewellery and presentation plate.

In 1830, Garrards were appointed Crown Goldsmith and in 1834 Crown Jewellers.

In 1956 the firm was sold to Mappin and Webb Ltd.


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