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A set of seven George III silver meat-dishes
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A set of seven George III silver meat-dishes

MARK OF SEBASTIAN AND JAMES CRESPELL, LONDON, 1768

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A set of seven George III silver meat-dishes
Mark of Sebastian and James Crespell, London, 1768
Of graduated sizes, each shaped oval with gadrooned borders, engraved with a coat-of-arms and a crest, each marked on reverse, also engraved with number and scratchweight; largest to smallest: 'N 20 89"2'; 'No 15 60"9'; 'No 14 43"12'; N"11 34"17'; 'N 10 34"15'; 'No 6 24"4'; 'No 7 25"10'
The largest, 20 7/8in. (53cm.) long; the smallest, 13in. (33cm.) long
303oz. (9,440gr.)
The arms are those of Verney accollée with North, for John, 14th Baron Willoughby de Broke (1738-1816) and his wife Lady Louisa (d.1798), daughter of Francis, 1st Earl of Guilford (1704-1790), whom he married in 1761. (7)
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