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A SET OF FOUR GEORGE I SILVER STRAWBERRY-DISHES
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A SET OF FOUR GEORGE I SILVER STRAWBERRY-DISHES

EXETER, 1721, ONE WITH MARK OF PENTECOST SYMONDS, THE OTHERS WITH MAKER'S MARK LACKING

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A SET OF FOUR GEORGE I SILVER STRAWBERRY-DISHES
EXETER, 1721, ONE WITH MARK OF PENTECOST SYMONDS, THE OTHERS WITH MAKER'S MARK LACKING
Each circular with fluted sides and shaped rim, each marked near rim, the bases engraved with a scratchweight '10:8'; '10:5'; '10:6' and '10:8'
7 3/8 in. (18.8 cm.) diam.
41 oz. (1,265 gr.) (4)
Provenance
with Spink, London, 1975.
Literature
An Exhibition of Early English Silver formerly in a Private Collection with Six Significant Additions, Spink, London, 1975, no. 25a.
Exhibited
London, Spink, 5 King Street, An Exhibition of Early English Silver formerly in a Private Collection with Six Significant Additions, 28 April-9 May 1975, no. 25a.
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