A stunning William IV Scottish silver punch bowl with a gilded imterior. Made in Edinburgh in 1833 by William Marshall. The bowl has two vacant cartouches and sits on a single spreading foot. It is fully hallmarked, the makers mark is rubbed but legable. The rim of the bowl is heavily embossed with thistles. There is no damage or repairs and it is an excellent piece of Scottish silver.
WEIGHT; 942grams or 30ozst
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