Height: 30 cm
Width: 21 cm
Weight: 43 oz
Chased with different Oak leaves and some gold inserts
This was commissioned by Michael Heathcoat-Amory, founder of Jupiter Management and a Liveryman of the Goldsmiths' Company.
He was best known for his Oak trees in 300 acres in Devon, one of the most extensive collections in the world.
(Times Obituary 16th April 2016)
Height: 16.7 cm
Diameter top: 7.5 cm
Rod Kelly had previously made a beaker and plate for Toshio Konishi, fellow Director of Sir Paul Girolami, Chairman of Glaxo and past Warden of the Goldsmiths' Company. When his son Hiroshi Konishi took over as a Director he commissioned this goblet.
The decoration has lotus blossom motifs and a Japanese flag with a sun. The horses were a Japanese symbol associated with his family.
Width: 33 cm
Weight: 967 gms
Height: 14 cm
Diameter: 10 cm
Weight: 398 gms
A commissioned presentation piece - engraved around base
Repousse work to Dish showing personal interests of the recipient including classical columns, church architecture, a sailing boat and birds, with 8 pieces of inlaid gold.
The Vase is chased with Oak leaves and Acorns