THE ROYAL HUNT CUP - 1911
An image of the Royal Hunt Cup - 1911, marked by Garrard & Co, Haymarket, London:
Established in 1843, the Royal Hunt Cup is a flat handicap horse race, open to horses aged three years or older, run at Ascot over a distance of 1 mile. The event takes place each year in June. The cup is retained by the winning owner.
The actual maker may well have been Edward Barnard & Sons. Barnard's were a key producer of important military, sporting, presentation, ecclesiastical and municipal silverwares, and Garrard one of their known customers.