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Andrew Fogelberg

Andrew Fogelberg, London silversmith, no record of apprenticeship or freedom. Thought to be of Swedish origin, possibly having arrived in London already trained as a goldsmith. He was first listed in 1773, his 1st mark presumed entered in the missing register of that date. 2nd mark (2 sizes) in partnership with Stephen Gilbert 1780. Grimwade describes Fogelberg’s work as “shows an elegant restrained classicism, particularly in his speciality of the use of small cameo-like medallions based on the Tassie paste gems popular in England at that time.

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Andrew Fogelberg

Andrew Fogelberg, London silversmith, no record of apprenticeship or freedom. Thought to be of Swedish origin, possibly having arrived in London already trained as a goldsmith. He was first listed in 1773, his 1st mark presumed entered in the missing register of that date. 2nd mark (2 sizes) in partnership with Stephen Gilbert 1780. Grimwade describes Fogelberg’s work as “shows an elegant restrained classicism, particularly in his speciality of the use of small cameo-like medallions based on the Tassie paste gems popular in England at that time.

  • 1775

    Andrew Fogelberg

    10369 George III Antique Silver Tureen

    £6,850

    A handsome antique sterling silver serving tureen in the neo-classical style characteristic of the work of Andrew Fogelberg. Large size and good weight. The elegant oval form body has bead borders and a semi-fluted design, all topped by a magnificent pineapple finial. An exceptional feature is the striking pair of large, cast silver side handles in the form of a ram’s head. To the front body is a fine hand engraved armorial and the lid bears a crest. Weight 3073g, 98.8 troy oz. Spread across the handles 37cm. Height to top of finial 31cm. Top 31 x 22cm. London 1775. Maker Andrew Fogelberg, master to Paul Storr.

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