Two Sterling Silver New York Yacht Club Trophies Won by the Rowdy
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- European Furniture & Decorative Arts - 2754B
- Date / Time :
- October 11, 2014 10:00AM
Two Sterling Silver New York Yacht Club Trophies Won by the Rowdy, a large chalice, London, 1910, Edward Barnard & Sons Ltd., maker, Tiffany & Co. New York, retailer, with gold-washed interior, beaded knop to stem, and beaded foot, engraved with inscription "New York Yacht Club/ Annual Regatta/ First Prize/ Won by/ Rowdy/ June 26, 1913," ht. 11 1/8 in.; and a Towle oblong dish with lobed and reeded border, with engraved inscription, "New York Yacht Club/ Annual Regatta/ Second Prize/ Won by/ Rowdy/ 5th September 1912," lg. 9 7/8 in.; approx. 23.8 total troy oz.
N.B. Rowdy (ex-Neola II, No. 12) was a New York Yacht Club thirty footer sloop designed by Herreshoff in 1905 and originally owned G. M. Pynchon. Subsequent owner Holland Duell renamed her Rowdy.
Chalice: Pitting to bowl interior, scattered surface abrasions and pin prick-size dents, bowl slightly out of round, wear to beading on knop. Dish: Age-typical usage wear and surface abrasions.
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