Overall: 7 1/2 x 12 1/4 in. ( 19 x 31.1 cm ) Silver Weight: 43 oz (troy) 3 dwt (1342 g)
Wrought and cast silver centerpiece bowl; circular bowl with an everted lip;cast, open work pedestal of foliate scrolls and beads; circular, stepped and splayed foot; engraved on the underside of the foot, "TO GEORGE A ZABRISKIE. A TOKEN OF AFFECTION OF THE DIRECTORS OF THE U.S. SUGAR EQUALIZATION BOARD, 1918-1926." in block letters with engraved signatures of the board members below; maker's marks stamped on the underside of the foot.
Gift of George A. Zabriskie
engraved: "TO GEORGE A ZABRISKIE. A TOKEN OF AFFECTION OF THE DIRECTORS OF THE U.S. SUGAR EQUALIZATION BOARD, 1918-1926." in block letters with engraved signatures of the board members below, "C. A. de Lima, Edgar Rickard, Edward P. Stattuck, F. W. Taussig, Theo F. Whetmarsh, Clarence Wooley, Harvey H. Bundy, Wm. W. Glasgow, Herbert Hoover" in script stamped: on the base: "STERLING/ DENMARK" over a crowned oval with, "GEORG/ JENSEN" inside and a beaded oval with, "a1/ 925/ S" and "184"
Presented to George Zabriskie in 1926 by the directors of the U.S. Sugar Equalization Board as a token of affection.
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