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Restaurant and Catering Association Perpetual Trophy

George V sterling silver chalice, the bowl with gadrooned decoration and C-scroll motifs, engraved with an armorial to the centre, on a hand beaten turned stem and circular base with a gadrooned border, raised on a turned timber plinth with applied presentation plaques, Sheffield 1932, maker WS & CS.

George V sterling silver chalice, the bowl with gadrooned decoration and C-scroll motifs, engraved with an armorial to the centre, on a hand beaten turned stem and circular base with a gadrooned border, raised on a turned timber plinth with applied presentation plaques, Sheffield 1932, maker WS & CS.

Awarded For: Awarded for best Small Producer Wine.

Donated By: Donated by the Restaurant and Catering Association of NSW and first presented in 1994. Restaurant & Catering Australia (R&CA) is the national industry association that represents the interests of restaurants and catering businesses across Australia. It is committed to assuring that the industry is recognised as one of excellence, professionalism, profitability and sustainability. Until 2016, a small producer was defined as one whose total annual grape crush does not exceed 500 tonnes. From 2016, a Small Producer is one whose total annual grape crush does not exceed 100 tonnes.

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InterContact Perpetual Trophy

Silver-plated twin handled urn with a gilded interior, the lobed body with flying scroll handles, on a turned stem and domed circular foot, raised on a square timber plinth base with applied presentation plaque.

Silver-plated twin handled urn with a gilded interior, the lobed body with flying scroll handles, on a turned stem and domed circular foot, raised on a square timber plinth base with applied presentation plaque.

Awarded For: Awarded for best Sparkling Red.

Donated By: Donated by InterContact Public Relations and first presented in 1994. InterContact Public Relations is a company whose clients have included major winemakers Seppelt and Lindemans. Managing Director and donor of the trophy Lesley Ann Grimoldby was a past Wine Communicators of Australia Vice President who wanted to encourage winemakers to continue to maintain traditional styles of uniquely Australian wines.

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Douglas Lamb Perpetual Trophy

Silver-plated trophy of twin handled cup form with foliate cast scroll handles, the stem with a rosewood knop, raised on a tiered circular stand and octagonal plinth base.

Silver-plated trophy of twin handled cup form with foliate cast scroll handles, the stem with a rosewood knop, raised on a tiered circular stand and octagonal plinth base.

Awarded For: Awarded for best Riesling.

Donated By: Donated by the family and friends of the late Douglas Lamb and first presented in 1999. Doug Lamb was a revered wine identity who judged at the Sydney Royal Wine Show for the RAS from 1952-1958. A Barrister by profession, who was called to the Bar but never practised, he became a wine merchant specialising in imported fine wines and his own bottlings. He was a great educator and a very kind and genial host. Towards the end of his career he conducted many wine tours overseas, which were a huge success.

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Dan Murphy's Perennial Trophy

A clear glass wine ewer with silver mounts of baluster form, the conical neck applied with sterling silver mounts decorated with Celtic design bands above a saw pierced apron, fitted with a scroll handle with a bearded male mask in relief, raised on a circular oak stand with applied sterling silver band. Maker Thomas Creswick (bell mark) circa 1870.

A clear glass wine ewer with silver mounts of baluster form, the conical neck applied with sterling silver mounts decorated with Celtic design bands above a saw pierced apron, fitted with a scroll handle with a bearded male mask in relief, raised on a circular oak stand with applied sterling silver band. Maker Thomas Creswick (bell mark) circa 1870.

Awarded For: Awarded for best Cabernet Sauvignon.

Donated By: Donated by Dan Murphy’s and first presented in 2004. Dan Murphy’s is an Australian retail chain owned by Woolworths, established in 1952 by Daniel Francis Murphy who wanted to revolutionise the way liquor was sold in Australia. He had a passion for wine and was determined to offer the most extensive range, becoming one of the first importers of wine to Australia as well as supporting the growing Australian wine industry.

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AP John Coopers Perennial Trophy

A bespoke crystal trophy that replicates the Chardonnay grape leaf utilising hues of green, straw and gold. Within the leaf is a cascading gold liquid.

A bespoke crystal trophy that replicates the Chardonnay grape leaf utilising hues of green, straw and gold. Within the leaf is a cascading gold liquid.

Awarded For: Awarded for best Chardonnay.

Donated By: Donated by AP John Coopers, first presented in 2011. AP John Coopers is a family owned operation which has been producing world class premium oak barrels for over 120 years. Today the company continues to develop and provide a range of barrels for a large variety of fruit types and wine styles made within Australia and abroad. The Coopering trade was formalised as far back as 13th Century Europe with the official recognition of the Coopers Guild - a body whose name had already appeared in official records a century or more earlier. Since that time, the Cooper's skills have been passed on from Master Cooper to Apprentice throughout the generations to the present day. Today those skills extend to the production and manufacture of a whole new spectrum of oak related products designed to complement the winemaking process.

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Australian Cheeseboard Perpetual Trophy

Three-tier glass triangular shaped, stands approx 90cm high, each of three glass plates measures approx 94 x 94 x 98 cm, on wheels. Plaques on edge of middle level with names of winners.

Three-tier glass triangular shaped, stands approx 90cm high, each of three glass plates measures approx 94 x 94 x 98 cm, on wheels. Plaques on edge of middle level with names of winners.

Awarded For: Awarded to the exhibitors of the five gold-medal winning cheeses selected by the Chair of Judges to comprise the Australian Cheeseboard.

Donated By: Donated by Mr DH Crosby OAM, and first presented in 1993, presented as a perpetual trophy since 2001.

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Bega Cheese Perpetual Trophy

A silver-plated twin handled trophy cup with domed lid and foliate cast handles, all raised on a circular composition base. Made by S Watkins or Whitehall, in England, circa 2000.

A silver-plated twin handled trophy cup with domed lid and foliate cast handles, all raised on a circular composition base. Made by S Watkins or Whitehall, in England, circa 2000.

Awarded For: Awarded for Champion Yoghurt or Cultured Milk Product

Donated By: Donated by Bega Cheese and first presented in 2002. Until 2014 it was awarded for the Most Successful Fancy Cheese Exhibitor.

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Isabel Watt Memorial Perpetual Trophy

A walnut loom, inscribed "Presented by her daughter Virginia for excellence in weaving". The loom only measures 23 cm high but is fully functional.

A walnut loom, inscribed "Presented by her daughter Virginia for excellence in weaving". The loom only measures 23 cm high but is fully functional.

Awarded For: Awarded to the the most outstanding Exhibit in design and execution in Hand Weaving Classes.

Donated By: Donated by Miss Virginia Watt, in memory of her mother and first presented in 1990.

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