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Edward Feline

Edward Feline, apprenticed to Augustin Courtauld 1709, free 1721. First two marks entered as largeworker 1720, third mark 1739. His son Edward was apprenticed to him 1745. Died circa 1753 when his widow Magdalen entered her own mark.

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Edward Feline

Edward Feline, apprenticed to Augustin Courtauld 1709, free 1721. First two marks entered as largeworker 1720, third mark 1739. His son Edward was apprenticed to him 1745. Died circa 1753 when his widow Magdalen entered her own mark.

  • 1745

    Edward Feline

    10342 George II Antique Silver Strawberry Dish

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    A delightful antique silver serving dish of small size with a scalloped border. This form is usually called a strawberry dish or salad dish. Hand engraved to the centre is an armorial within a decorative cartouche. Weight 199g, 6.3 troy oz. Diameter 15.2cm. Height 3cm. London 1745. Maker Edward Feline.

  • 1732

    Edward Feline

    8626 George II Silver Sauce Boats

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    A rare pair of antique sterling silver sauceboats having a plain circular shape on an oval pedestal foot. Single lip. Extremely large and heavy weight. This is a very early date for a silver sauceboat, the first were introduced into England in circa 1715 and had a double lip, the single lipped boats started to appear circa 1730. An unusual feature is the model lion head at the top of the handle. Each jug has a hand engraved crest of a ship to one side, a lion crest to the other side. Good colour. Each contains 450 ml. Weight of pair 1070 grams, 34.4 troy ounces. Height 14 cms (to top of handle). Bowl width 12 cms. Spread 19.5 cms. London 1732. Maker Edward Feline.

  • 1750

    Edward Feline

    9385 Antique George II Silver Salver

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    An early English sterling silver salver of unusual shaped square form and raised on shaped feet. This dainty size is often known as a waiter, perfect for standing a wine bottle or glass. To the centre is a hand engraved armorial encircled by a decorative cartouche. Scratchweight to the underside. Weight 275 grams, 8.8 troy ounces. Width 15cm. Height 2.1cm. London 1750. Maker Edward Feline.

  • 1725

    Edward Feline

    9407 George II Silver Salvers

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    A charming pair of antique sterling silver salvers (or waiters) of square form raised on shaped feet. Very simple style. Good patina. Weight 375 grams, 12 troy ounces. Width 12.8cm. Height 1.5cm. London 1725. Maker Edward Feline.

  • 1725

    Edward Feline

    9640 George I Antique Silver Coffee Pot

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    A good plain style antique sterling silver coffee pot with straight tapering sides and a shallow domed lid. An unusual feature is the seven sided panelled spout with straight tapering form. The hand chasing to the lid with classical motifs is typical of the period. Good gauge silver and colour. Contains 750 ml. Weight 743 grams, 23.8 troy ounces. Height 21.5cm. Spread 20cm. London 1725. Maker Edward Feline.

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