18 January 2007
A SILVER PORRINGER
MARK OF WILLIAM ANDERSON, NEW YORK, CIRCA 1730
Of typical form, the three-hole tab handle engraved with the monogram JDPD, the cover associated, with a baluster-form finial, and engraved with the monogram B over GM, marked twice on porringer handle, the cover apparently unmarked
7¼ in. long over handle; 12 oz. 10 dwt.
John Daley, New York, 1958
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The Darling Foundation of New York State Early American Silversmiths and Silver, New York State Silversmiths, 1964, illus. p. 25.
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