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Edward Fernell

Edward Fernell, London silversmith, apprenticed to William Grundy 1762, free 1769. 1st mark as plateworker in partnership with William Grundy 1779. 2nd mark alone 1780. Following this there was a spate of new marks – 3rd mark 1780, 4th 1780, 5th 1787, 6th 1787, 7th 1787, 8th 1787, 9th 1787.

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Edward Fernell

Edward Fernell, London silversmith, apprenticed to William Grundy 1762, free 1769. 1st mark as plateworker in partnership with William Grundy 1779. 2nd mark alone 1780. Following this there was a spate of new marks – 3rd mark 1780, 4th 1780, 5th 1787, 6th 1787, 7th 1787, 8th 1787, 9th 1787.

  • 1779

    Edward Fernell

    10316 George III Antique Silver Mug

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    A large antique silver mug of baluster form having a shaped scroll handle with acanthus leaf mount. Classic plain style. To the front is a hand engraved monogram of 3 entwined initials in old fashioned script. Contains 600 ml. Weight 397 grams, 12.7 troy oz. Height 13.8cm. Spread 13cm. Diameter 8.5cm (top). London 1779. Maker Edward Fernell. Sterling silver. 18th century.

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  • 1815

    Phipps Robinson & Phipps

    9452 Georgian Silver Horns

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    Of sporting interest. A rare pair of sterling silver mounted hunting horns, each bearing the crest of a lion on an oval plaque. The mouthpieces are probably later. They play beautifully. Spread 26cm. Top measures 7×5.8cm. London 1815. Maker Phipps, Robinson & Phipps.

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