A silver plated trophy, with a miniature swan in the centre, for the Kingston Scratch Eights, August 18th 1877.
Comemorating the Kingston on Thames Amateur Regatta Scratch Eights on August 18 1877.
Rectangular silver plated lid, the only decoration is a miniature swan in the centre.
Miniature silver oar in a leather case. Presented by the Ladies of Tonbridge for the TBC Challenge Pairs "Stroke", to JF Hall for 1883-1887.
Hallmarked as made of Birmingham silver in 1883, by G & A Cornell of Tonbridge.
Alexandra Rowing Club Junior Sculls cup won by T. Goddard, June 1869.
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.
West End Amateur Rowing Association Regatta 1933. The Beresford Challenge Cup and Maiden Sculling Championship, won by JWR Baker.
Made by Mappin & Webb.
A silver cup supported by four silver oars with a wreath around the middle. The base has a rough texture. WEARA emblem engraved on the cup with an inscription below, makers mark underneath. Black column stand.
Trophy for the Gentry Challenge for senior sculls in the Women's ARA Regatta, presented by CO Gentry Esq (Amy Gentry's father).
Green marble square shaped base with copper plaques attached to each side. These are embossed with the trophy name and winners. The statue on top is of brass and depicts a woman rower on the plinth holding two oars.