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George Burrows I

George Burrows I, London silversmith, no record of apprenticeship or freedom. 1st mark as smallworker 1865. 2nd mark 1770. Subsequent marks as bucklemaker 1780-99. His son George Burrows II was apprenticed to George Smith in 1783 and turned over to George Burrows I in 1783, free 1791. On his death his wife Alice and George Burrows II entered their 1st mark as plateworker in 1801.

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George Burrows I

George Burrows I, London silversmith, no record of apprenticeship or freedom. 1st mark as smallworker 1865. 2nd mark 1770. Subsequent marks as bucklemaker 1780-99. His son George Burrows II was apprenticed to George Smith in 1783 and turned over to George Burrows I in 1783, free 1791. On his death his wife Alice and George Burrows II entered their 1st mark as plateworker in 1801.

  • 1796

    George Burrows I

    9052 Antique George III Silver Tray

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    A fine quality antique sterling silver tray of oval form with side carrying handles. Classical style with bead borders and fine bands of bright cut engraving around the edge. The centre has an pretty hand engraved cartouche containing a stag crest. Weight 2032 grams, 65.3 troy ounces. Spread across handles 58 cms. Length 51 cms. Width 38 cms. London 1796. Maker George Burrows.

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  • Circa 1860

     

    9624 Antique Scottish Silver Snuff Mull

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    An antique horn snuff mull with a broad silver mount embossed with thistles. The hinged lid is inset with a large citrine gemstone. Spread 14.5 cm. Diameter 6.5 cm. Unmarked silver. Probably Scottish circa 1860.

  • Circa 1809

    Phipps & Robinson

    6367 Georgian Silver Apple Corer

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    A charming little collectors piece. An antique sterling silver apple corer of simple form. Usually these items unscrew however this has been made in one piece. Weight 20 grams. Length 10.5 cms. London 1809. Thomas Phipps & Edward Robinson.

  • Circa 1900

     

    9566 Antique Silver Plated Wall Lights

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    A stunning pair of antique wall mirrors of tall shaped form (girandoles), each mounted with two pairs of candle sconces. Decorated in the flamboyant rococo style, the scrolling high relief ornament has fretwork, sea foam and stalactites. Mounted at the top is a winged cherub and below the mirror is a figural plaque. Height 65 cm. Width 34 cm. Mirror height 30 cm, width 18 cm. Probably French. Circa 1900.

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