Edward VII Sterling Silver-Mounted Glass Traveling Bar
Mark of Albert Barker, London, 1907
In original brass-mounted oak fitted case, the hinged rectangular top centered by a brass plaque with the monogram AGV and opening to an interior fitted with a hinged baize flap with gilt-embossed label of a crown above ALBERT BARKER LTD., / 5, NEW BOND ST. / LONDON W, and folding down to two sterling silver trays with central engraved monogram AGV flanking two straining spoons, six mixing spoons, all with AGV monogram and two chrome corkscrews, the case fitted with twelve silver-lidded glass liquour decanters, with names to lids PLYMOUTH GIN, TOM GIN, SCOTCH, VER,MOUTH, RYE, RUM, BRANDY, BITTERS, a silver-mounted oak ice bucket with Royal Doulton ceramic liner and bail handle, a tray fitted with rattan-covered glasses of various sizes, lifting to a well, the sides of the case with sunk brass handles; the lock plates stamped with a crown and ALBERT BARKER LTD., / 5 NEW BOND ST. / LONDON W / TO THEIR MAJESTIES; marks for Albert Barker Ltd., 1907, London. Height of box 12 inches (30.4 cm), width 32 inches (81.2 cm), depth 19 inches (48.2 cm).
Alfred Gwynne Vanderbilt (1877-1915), to his son
Alfred G. Vanderbilt, Jr. (1912-1999), to his son
Alfred G. Vanderbilt
C Property of Alfred G. Vanderbilt
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