1 May 2007
AN ENGLISH WRIGGLEWORK PEWTER PLATE
BY JAMES HITCHMAN, CIRCA 1710
Engraved with a Peahen amongst flowers, two lots of initials to rim 'IW' and 'RWM' in triad form, indistinct touch of lion holding a key and intitials (O.P.2340) to back of well
Mrs Harrison, The Old Rectory, Stockton, sold Woolley and Wallis, November 2004.
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