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A RESTORATION WRIGGLEWORK PEWTER CHARGER
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A RESTORATION WRIGGLEWORK PEWTER CHARGER

CIRCA 1660-70

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A RESTORATION WRIGGLEWORK PEWTER CHARGER
CIRCA 1660-70
Engraved with the Stuart arms and motto 'DIEU ET MON DROIT' and the date 1671, the rim with a design of foliage and the initials 'THM' in triad form, worn touch of a cockerel and the initials 'IC' under rim, possibly that of John Coursey (O.P.1156)
18¼in. (46.3cm.) overall; 3 1/8in. (8.2cm.) rim
Literature
Museum of London 1989, Pewter, A celebration of the craft, No.129
Michaelis, Royal Occasions, Antique Collector, August 1966.
Exhibited
Harvard House Museum, Stratford, Pewter and the British Monarchy.
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Lot Essay

For similar see the Worshipful Company of Pewterers Catalogue, Figs. 5 & 6. Nos. 29 & 30.

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