NINE MATCHING GEORGE I SILVER DINNER PLATES
TEN MATCHING GEORGE I SILVER DINNER PLATES

MARK OF BENJAMIN PYNE (7), MARK OF RICHARD BAYLEY (3), LONDON, 1715

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TEN MATCHING GEORGE I SILVER DINNER PLATES
MARK OF BENJAMIN PYNE (7), MARK OF RICHARD BAYLEY (3), LONDON, 1715
Circular with molded rims, the borders engraved with a coat-of-arms within a baroque cartouche, seven marked to underside of rim, three marked to rim, undersides engraved with numbers and weight
9 5/8 in. (24.5 cm.) diameter
189 oz. 2 dwt. (5,881 gr.)
Provenance
Acquired from S.J. Phillips Ltd., London, 1994-1995.
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Please note that this lot includes 10 plates, not nine as listed in the printed catalogue.

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Lot Essay

The coat-of-arms is that of Tripp impaling Cooke quartering Warren. Twenty-four matching George I style silver dinner plates purchased by Mrs. Wrightsman from S. J. Phillips in 1995-1996 were sold Property from the Collection of Mrs. Charles Wrightsman: The London Residence, Sotheby's, New York, 28 April 2010, lot 234 ($27,500).
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