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Edward Ironside

Edward Ironside, London silversmith, apprenticed to Edward Gladwin 1688, turned over to Henry Beesley, free 1699. Mark entered as largeworker 1702. Livery 1705, Court 1726, Warden 1731 and 1737. Died 1737. Ironside’s son Edward II, apprenticed to his father in 1720, becamePrime Warden in 1746 and Lord Mayor in 1753, died 1753. The business had become by then Ironside, Belchier & How.

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Edward Ironside

Edward Ironside, London silversmith, apprenticed to Edward Gladwin 1688, turned over to Henry Beesley, free 1699. Mark entered as largeworker 1702. Livery 1705, Court 1726, Warden 1731 and 1737. Died 1737. Ironside’s son Edward II, apprenticed to his father in 1720, becamePrime Warden in 1746 and Lord Mayor in 1753, died 1753. The business had become by then Ironside, Belchier & How.

  • 1702

    Edward Ironside

    9863 Queen Anne Antique Silver Tazza

    £1,750

    A very charming early silver footed salver with a thick gadroon border to the top and foot. Britannia standard silver*. There is a hand engraved crest of a stag to the centre. Weight 285 grams, 9.1 troy ounces. Height 6.2cm. Diameter 20.1cm. London 1702. Maker Edward Ironside.

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