Asprey complete set of three silver quaich bowls with crown handles commemorating 1936 when Britain had three Kings. All signed by the renowned silversmith Robert Edgar Stone.
Each dish is inset with a removable medal. Each one relates to a different King: King George V, King Edward VIII and King George VI. An explanation as to the events is written on the underside of each quaich. The stylised handles are in the form of crowns.
Each dish is hallmarked for London 1936 by Asprey.
In excellent order with no repairs or damage.
Approximate weight of all three are 290 grams or 9.32 troy ounces.
Approximate dimensions of one quaich is 14 cm length, 9 cm diameter and 3 cm height.