Product images of Court sword, which belonged to Reverend Henry Bellairs (1790-1872)
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Court sword, which belonged to Reverend Henry Bellairs (1790-1872)
The hilt of the sword consists of upturned gilt quillons and an upturned gilt shell. The obverse side of the shell is decorated with an embossed crown motif surrounded by a wreath. The shell is decorated with an embossed pearl border. The gilt grip is decorated with an embossed design of pearls, as is the pommel. The sword comes complete with a sword knot, which consists of gold lace ribbon.
- Image reference: E1292
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London