c. 1910 New York Yacht Club Sterling Trophy/Pitcher - Black, Starr & Frost

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The Miladi was a 40” Schooner owned by George Scott which raced against the likes of Harold S. Vanderbilt's Vagrant and Cornelius Vanderbilt’s Aurora.
  • 9" Tall x 8" Wide (handle to spout)
  • 21.1 troy ounces
  • Holds 3 1/2 pints
This trophy/pitcher is from the August 5th, 1910 “The Cruise”. A First Prize awarded to Miladi. It is solid sterling silver with a weight of 21.1 troy ounces. It measures 9” tall and 8” wide (from handle to spout).
It shows some superficial small dents but nothing major (or even distracting). Made by Black, Starr & Frost this piece is sure to attract attention from sterling, sailing and NYC collectors alike.


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