A reduced sized replica of Grand Challenge Cup. The replica shows the design based on the Warwick Vase.
The Grand Challenge Cup has been a feature since the first Henley Regatta in 1839. It is a competition for eights and is regarded as the most prized of all the challenge trophies at the Regatta.
Silver gilt Henley Royal Regatta Cup in a box, won by Mr FS Gulston of London Rowing Club.
Gold coloured silver gilt trophy with ivy leaf decoration on the cup, inscribed Henley Royal Regatta 1874. Band of decoration around the rim. Beading around the stem and base. The box is cylindrical and covered with purple leather with gold lines. Inside the box is green velvet and satin.
Pineapple Cup won by Stuart Mackenzie for the Diamond Sculls at Henley Royal Regatta in 1962. Mackenzie won the Diamond Sculls six times consecutively from 1957-1962, a feat not yet surpassed. Each winner is awarded a Pinapple Cup to keep.
Group of five medals, a pair of silver sculls and a bisque award won by G. Cox in 1859 and 1860 in a presentation case.
Part of the Thomas E. Weil Collection. Thomas E. Weil is a very knowledgeable and respected collector of rowing memorabilia from all over the world. His extensive collection includes material from many years of the Oxford and Cambridge University Boat Race, and Henley Royal Regatta. He also lectures and writes on rowing history and is a Trustee of the River and Rowing Museum.
Banyoles Lake 1992 Barcelona Olympic Games, trophy for rowing.
Two square sheets of dark grey metal with a block of green and blue perspex, which house a circular disc of stone that has been broken into three pieces. The front piece of metal has patterns and symbols cut out and there is a small shelf at the bottom, lined with blue felt and the Olympic rings at the front of it. The back has a large hole cut out to allow a view of the stone and perspex beyond.
A silver plated oar in a red leather presentation case, commemorating the 1908 Olympic Regatta, which was held in Henley on Thames.
Made by Elkington & Co Ltd.
A silver plated oar with an inscription on the blade. The handle has rounded square corners. The case is bound with red leather, has a blue velvet lining in the base and cream satin lining the lid. The makers name is printed inside the lid. The case is held shut by two metal clasps.