Antique silver plated heraldry shield, Edwardian era, wood mounted, god save the king.
An unusual antique silver plate on copper, mounted heraldic shield coat if arms, the arms feature amongst other symbols the three lions symbolic of England, each shape and line on heraldic coats of arms can be deciphered and all have different meaning.
It us so interesting to get into and decode them, you can find out all sorts of history along the way.
Mounted on an attractive piece of oak made by Fisher and Ludlow Birmingham 1904.
God save the king, the shield made in the short reign of King Edward.
It has the makers mark and date on the reverse in a small metal tag mounted to the wood, there are cords to hang the piece on the wall and also a brass hook.
Approx 16" height and 13.5" width.
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