Order of the Garter
The Most Noble Order of the Garter, founded in 1348, is the most senior order of chivalry in England and of the United Kingdom. It is only awarded at the…
Great Britain, The Most Noble Order of the Garter breast star, 1835, Cambridge No. 16, in pierced silver and blue enamel with applied central St George’s Cross in gold and red enamel, reverse with gold brooch-pin and a very finely-engraved backplate bearing central crowned GC monogram and ‘No. 16’, width 82.3mm.
Order of the Garter — A superb Lesser George in gold and enamels, 1844-5, by William Clutton, possibly made for Louis-Philippe, King of the French, (Knight on 11 October 1844) or Ernest II, Duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, (Knight on 12 December 1844). [94 × 49.5 mm, with original sash, Morton & Eden, 28 June 2018, Lot 628]
Order of the Garter — Set of Insignia belonged to The Rt. Hon. Brownlow, 2nd Marquess of Exeter, KG on 10th March, 1827 (19th Century, Lesser George of gold and enamels, star, and embroidered garter) [Burghley House Collections, REFERENCE: EWA08664 — A pale blue garter and a sash are also in the collection]