30 - 31 October 2001
A WILLIAM IV STERLING SILVER SOUP TUREEN
Maker's mark of William Eaton, London 1830
Of shaped bombé form standing on four shell and scroll feet, flanked by a pair of leaf cast handles, the cover with leaf cast handle, engraved with a contemporary coat of arms, (cover not marked)
43 cm (17 in.) wide; 28 cm (11 in.) high
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The arms are those of Beaumont of Whitley, Co. Yorkshire 'Have Confidence but be cautious'.
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