A Large Cast Iron Royal Coat of Arms


United Kingdom

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A Large Cast Iron Royal Coat of Arms

Of large scale and retaining remnants of the original painted and gilt decoration.

Presented by King Edward VII to "Hughes & Harber, Printers & Stationers" of Stoke on Trent.

Hughes & Harber were issued the Royal warrant in 1901, the year king Edward came to the throne, we assume this crest was at there "Royal Press" Longton, Stoke on Trent works.

Bearing the makers mark of "Walter Macfarlane, Glasgow" (1850-1965), to the centre of the shield.

The Piece breaks down into four sections and there is evidence of a single repair.

Early 20th century.

H:118 W:176 D:12 CM

H:46.5 D:69.1 D:4.9 INCHES


Early 20th century

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It's very simple, Drew buys what he likes.

He has been dealing in architectural salvage and antiques for 29 years working initially as a stained glass restorer and designer. A member of LAPADA, Drew has spent 23 years as an independent dealer working from his base in North Wales. His business is driven by passion, an innate knowledge of antiques and a fascination with mixing items from different periods which has earned him a loyal client base of private individuals, interior decorators as well as partnering the best in his field on global and UK based projects.

He combines his many business commitments with sourcing new stock from across the UK and regularly exhibits at major London antique fairs where his show-stopping stands continue to be a great success.

With a focus on the aesthetic, Drew effortlessly mixes styles and eras creating his on-going collection which is showcased on our website.

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