shaped round, Cupid's bow rim with a flowerhead beaded band and maskheads at intervals, the centre engraved with a coat-of-arms within an elaborate cartouche featuring vines, shells, fruiting baskets and figures, raised on four stylised paw feet with pierced lozenge supports
The arms are those of CLEVE, of Walford, county Salop, CLEVE or CLIVE, of Huxley, county Chester; of the CLIVES of Styche; the heiress married Wilbraham. William CLEAVE, Alderman of London, died 1667, CLEVE or CLIVE, London. Arms: Argent, on a fess between three wolves' heads erased sable, as many mullets or.
Reference: Papworth's Ordinary of British Armorials page 826 and Burke's General Armory, page 205.
Diam. 18'' / 46cmsWeight: 3.30kg/106 oz