Henry Nutting

Henry Nutting

  • 1796

    Henry Nutting

    9917 George III Silver Tea Caddy


    A very elegant antique sterling silver tea caddy of oval form with a hinged lid. Beautifully hand engraved with bands of bright cut engraving and classical flower and swag decoration. The lid has a flush inset hinge. To the front is a decorative cartouche containing a monogram in old fashioned script. Weight 399 grams, 12.8 troy ounces. Top 13.5 x 8.8cm. Height 16cm. London 1796. Maker Henry Nutting.

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  • 1770

    Margaret Binley

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  • 1716

    Nathaniel Lock

    9059 Antique George I Silver Porringer


    An attractive antique silver porringer with simple strapwork side handles. Typical decoration of the period with half ribbed embossed body and coopered ring of gadrooning. There are simple bands of bright cut engraving and to the front a large decorative cartouche . Uninscribed. *Britannia standard silver. Excellent patina. Weight 143 grams, 4.5 troy ounces. Height 8.4 cms. Spread 15 cms. Diameter 9.3 cms. London 1716. Maker Nathaniel Lock.

  • 1732

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    6364 Pair of George II Casters


    An interesting pair of early English silver castors of simple plain shape and having an engraved crest of a bird to the front. They are both matching but there is an unusual feature – one has a decorative pierced top and the other has an unpierced and engraved top. This is known as a blind caster which is the earliest form of mustard pot. Weight 264 grams, 8.4 troy ounces. Height 13 cms. London 1732. Maker Henry Miller I

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