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    Sale 7597

    Important Silver

    10 June 2008, London, King Street

  • Lot 54

    A PAIR OF GEORGE II SILVER TUMBLER-CUPS

    MARK OF JOHN PAYNE, LONDON, 1751

    Price Realised  

    A PAIR OF GEORGE II SILVER TUMBLER-CUPS
    MARK OF JOHN PAYNE, LONDON, 1751
    Each tapering cylindrical, engraved with a crest, each marked near the rim
    2 7/8 in. (7.4 cm.) high
    16.4 oz. (509 gr.)
    The crest is that of Ottley, perhaps for Thomas Ottley (1717-1807) (2)


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    Provenance

    Probably Thomas Ottley (1717-1808) and presumably by descent to his son
    Adam Ottley (1745-1808) who died without male heir, the estates passed to
    Charles Jenkinson, 2nd son of the 1st Earl of Liverpool who later succeeded as 3rd Earl of Liverpool and by descent to
    Lady Louisa Ottley, who married John Coaste of Woodcote, Newport, Shropshire and then by descent
    Pitchford Hall, Christie's House Sale, 28-30 September 1992, lot 1022
    With S. J. Phillips, London, 15 October 1992


    Pre-Lot Text

    THE OAKWOOD COLLECTION
    (Lots 1-106)