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Elizabeth Jones

Elizabeth Jones, London maker, no record of apprenticeship or freedom. Probably the widow of Robert Jones. Mark entered as plateworker 1783. Her mark is rarely found except on salvers and waiters.

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Elizabeth Jones

Elizabeth Jones, London maker, no record of apprenticeship or freedom. Probably the widow of Robert Jones. Mark entered as plateworker 1783. Her mark is rarely found except on salvers and waiters.

  • 1791

    Elizabeth Jones

    9598 George III Silver Chamberstick

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    An elegant antique sterling silver chamber stick with plain classic styling, reed borders and plain scroll handle with a thumb piece. Oval form. The candle nozzle and snuffer are detachable. There is a family crest hand engraved to the pan (some wear). Weight 303 grams, 9.7 troy ounces. Height 11 cm. Pan measures 17 x 12.7 cm. London 1791. Maker Elizabeth Jones.

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