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James Williams

James Williams, London silversmith, apprenticed to John Gorham, free 1753. 1st mark as largeworker, in partnership with William Turner 1753, probably dissolved by 1754 when Turner entered a mark alone. 2nd mark, in partnership with Edward Dobson and William Pryor 1755. 3rd mark alone 1755.

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James Williams

James Williams, London silversmith, apprenticed to John Gorham, free 1753. 1st mark as largeworker, in partnership with William Turner 1753, probably dissolved by 1754 when Turner entered a mark alone. 2nd mark, in partnership with Edward Dobson and William Pryor 1755. 3rd mark alone 1755.

  • 1754

    James Williams

    9847 George II Silver Coffee Pot

    £2,650

    This excellent pot, of graceful form, is also extremely large and heavy. A handsome antique silver coffee pot of baluster form raised on a shallow pedestal foot. Elegant plain design and graceful shaped spout. To the front there is a hand engraved lion crest within a large decorative cartouche, to the reverse there’s a dog crest. Contains 1650 ml. Weight 1313 grams, 53 troy ounces. Height 30.2cm. Spread across spout and handle 26.3cm. London 1754. Maker James Williams. Sterling silver.

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  • 1815

    Phipps Robinson & Phipps

    9452 Georgian Silver Horns

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    Of sporting interest. A rare pair of sterling silver mounted hunting horns, each bearing the crest of a lion on an oval plaque. The mouthpieces are probably later. They play beautifully. Spread 26cm. Top measures 7×5.8cm. London 1815. Maker Phipps, Robinson & Phipps.

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