2 June 2009
THE PROPERTY OF JAIME ORTIZ-PATINO
(LOTS 126-127 and 168-181)
A CHARLES I SILVER WINE-CUP
LONDON, 1634, MAKER'S MARK FR, SCALLOP ABOVE AND BELOW, ATTRIBUTED TO FRANCIS RICHMOND
The bowl tapering and with everted rim, on spreading foot with baluster knopped stem, marked near rim and under foot
5½ in. (14 cm.) high
5 oz. (156 gr.)
Nelly (1881-1972), wife of Capt. Sydney Loder (1867-1944) and daughter of Binyoun Francis Drage, of Grange, Chapel Brampton, Northamptonshire. Mrs Sydney Loder; Christie's London, 13 August 1941, lot 60 (£188 to Bruford).
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The attribution of this maker's mark is based on an ongoing research project at Goldsmith's Hall.
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