London, South Kensington
30 September 2008
A WILLIAM IV SILVER PIE DISH WITH DETACHABLE LINER
MARK OF BENJAMIN SMITH (II), LONDON, 1836
Plain rectangular with rounded corners and moulded reeded rim, the front engraved with the arms of the Earl of Galloway, fully marked around the side, the liner with maker's mark only and stamped along its base B. SMITH DUKE ST LINN INN FIELDS,
8 in. (20.2 cm.) long
24 oz. (775 gr.)
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The arms are those of Stewart quartering Somerset for an Earl of Galloway.
Randolph Stewart, 9th Earl (1834 - 1873) married Lady Harriet Somerset, daughter of the 6th Duke of Beaufort.
No VAT will be charged on the hammer price, but VAT at 15% will be added to the buyer's premium which is invoiced on a VAT inclusive basis.
The title should read '..WITH DETACHABLE LINER' (not 'cover' as printed).
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