23 April 2009
A SET OF TWELVE GEORGE II PEWTER OCTAGONAL PLATES
BY THOMAS CHAMBERLAIN, 1734 - 1806
Each with a reeded lip and bearing the arms of MacGregor of Macgregor, stamped to reverse CHAMBERLAIN, and THOMAS CHAMBERLAIN with crown and feathers
9¼ in. (23½ cm.) diameter (12)
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Thomas Chamberlain, London, circa 1734 - 1806.
The arms are those of Macgregor of Macgregor, impaling another.
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