15 June 2004
A pair of George III silver second-course dishes
Mark of Sebastian and James Crespell, London, 1768
Each shaped circular, with gadrooned border, engraved with a coat-of-arms, each marked on reverse, also engraved with number and scratchweight: 'N-17 36-3' and 'N 18 36-19'
13in. (33cm.) diam.
The arms are those of Verny accollée with North, for by John Peyto, 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. (2)
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