V.—SILVER PLATE AND WORKS OF ART
Four chalices, silver-gilt with date mark for the year 1688. The
bowls are enriched with "cut card" design and the stems are moulded.
Four patens, silver-gilt, with similar ornamentation and disc feet.
Engraved with the royal arms between I. and R. Date marks obliterated.
The maker's mark R.L. (? Ralph Leete) and fleur-de-lis remain.
Large flagon and laver of silver, date mark for the year 1688, with
similar ornament to the above. Cover surmounted by a cross, royal arms
Two smaller flagons, silver-gilt, with covers. Date mark for the
year 1688. Similar ornament to above, with royal arms and I.R. Maker's
Large paten, silver-gilt Date mark for the year 1687. Moulded
stem, disc foot, ornamented as before. Maker's mark, R.L.
Alms dish, silver-gilt. Date mark for the year 1687. Royal arms
and I.R. Maker's mark, R.L.
Pair of altar candlesticks, silver-gilt, with moulded and ornamented
baluster stems, triangular bases and incurving sides, resting on three feet.
On each face royal monogram I.R. and crown. Maker's mark, R.L.
Straining spoon, with round pierced bowl. The date mark has
(fn. 1) 1. Charles I and Family, by Van Dyck. Purchased from — Ireton
for £47 5s. (R.H. a/cts 1699/1702.)
(fn. 1) 2. Charles II, by Peter Lely.
(fn. 1) 3. Catherine of Braganza, by Peter Lely.
(fn. 1) 4. James, Duke of York (afterwards James II), by Peter Lely.
(fn. 2) 5. James II, by Godfrey Kneller.
(fn. 1) 6. William III, by Godfrey Kneller.
(fn. 3) 7. George I, by Godfrey Kneller.
(fn. 3) 8. George II, by E. Seamann after Kneller.
(fn. 3) 9. Caroline of Brandenburg-Anspach, by E. Seamann. Nos. 6 to 9
bequeathed to the Royal Hospital by General William Evans
(fn. 1) 10. George III, by Allen Ramsay.
(fn. 3) 11. Queen Charlotte, by A. Ramsay.
12. The Royal Hospital, Chelsea, by D. Maas. Presented by General
Charles Churchill, 1722.
13. The Royal Hospital, Chelsea, by P. Tillemans. Presented by
General William Evans, 1729.
(fn. 3) 14. Battle of Waterloo, by G. Jones.
(fn. 3) 15. Battle of Waterloo, by — Ward. Nos. 14 and 15 presented by the