Fattorini & Sons Silver Chess Trophy, 1907
An Edwardian Silver Staunton "King" Trophy, Fattorini & Sons, 1907
English sterling silver hallmarks for Fattorini & Sons, Chester, 1907
original engraved inscription to the base polished out (i.e. removed), a few 'dings'
Weight: 7.52 troy oz
Stock Reference: AS 1913
English Silver Hallmarks for Chester, 1907.
Had a former inscription along the rim of the base, and above. This has been polished out. A few 'dings'.
A Note From Luke
Fattorini & Sons was established in Leeds, in the early 19th century. In 1883, the firm made the first ever chess clock, which included two linked pendulum clocks. By the early 20th century Fattorini was known for its manufacture of sporting trophies, including the Football Association Challenge Cup (more famously known as the F. A. Cup) in 1911.
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