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Isaac Dighton

Isaac Dighton, London silversmith, apprenticed to William Browne, Citizen and Haberdasher, in 1665. Free 1672. Mark (Britannia) entered as largeworker undated, presumably 1697. Died 1707.

Isaac bound 5 apprentices in the Haberdashers Company during his working career.

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Isaac Dighton

Isaac Dighton, London silversmith, apprenticed to William Browne, Citizen and Haberdasher, in 1665. Free 1672. Mark (Britannia) entered as largeworker undated, presumably 1697. Died 1707.

Isaac bound 5 apprentices in the Haberdashers Company during his working career.

  • 1706

    Isaac Dighton

    10169 Queen Anne Antique Silver Monteith Bowl

    Reserved

    A rare early English silver monteith from the Queen Anne period. Large size. The decoration, with the ribbed body and decorative cartouches, is typical for this period. Particularly charming are the quaint lions mask side handles. The shaped monteith rim is fixed and was originally used to hold stem glasses, punch ladle and lemon squeezer. To the front and back there is a good hand engraved armorial for the Fitzgerald family. Underneath the bowl there is also a presentation inscription from the Fitzgerald family. Gilt interior. Weight 1895 grams, 60.9 troy ounces. Height 20cm. Diameter 29.5cm. London 1706. Maker Isaac Dighton. Britannia standard silver (95.8% pure).

  • 1675

    Isaac Dighton

    9172 Antique Charles II Silver Boxes

    £6,950

    A very rare matching pair of early antique silver boxes of octagonal form, with pull off tops, dating from the reign of King Charles II. Sterling silver. Simple plain form with a large hand engraved crest within tied plumage, very typical of the date. Superb antique colour. At this date boxes of this type would have originally been part of an extensive toilet service. Total weight 239 grams, 7.6 troy ounces. Height 3.5 cm. Width of top 9 cm. London 1675. Maker Isaac Dighton, London.

  • 1698

    Isaac Dighton

    9002 William III Silver Porringer

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    A rare early English sterling silver porringer with matching lid. The half flute decoration, popular from the reign of William and Mary, is accompanied by fish scale ornament and borders of hand engraving. Good size and weight. The quality and colour is excellent. To the front and back is a large decorative cartouche (uninscribed). Weight 929 grams, 29.8 troy ounces. Height 23 cms (15 cms without lid), Spread across handles 25 cms. Diameter 15 cms. London 1698. Maker Isaac Dighton.

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