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Victorian Sterling Silver Center Bowl or small Punch Bowl, circular form with spiral fluted repousse floral, scroll and cartouche decoration. Marked for London, 1894. Maker's mark partially worn but appears to be for George Maudsley Jackson. 6 1/4"H x 10" diameter. 27.38 oz troy. Provenance: Private Indiana collection; acquired from Estate Antiques, Charleston, SC; acquired from the estate of Edward Magawly Banon, Esq. (b. Broughall Castle, Ireland, 1868, d. Jacksonville, Florida, 1944). Note: This bowl is pictured on a table in the Living Room of Banon's home, in the book Notes on the Banon and Other Ancient Irish Families compiled by Mrs. Edward Magawly Banon and privately printed in 1947. Condition: Hallmarks worn; bowl in overall very good condition. 1/2" scratch to one center cartouche; deep pinpoint size dent to opposite cartouche. Some scratching and tiny dents to interior. Scattered minor tiny dents to exterior. No apparent monograms or monogram removals.