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John Albright

John Albright, London silversmith, apprenticed to William Twell 1711, turned over to Thomas Killing Clothworker. Free 1718. 1st mark enetered as smallworker 1718. 2nd mark 1720. Specialised in making punch ladles and strainers.

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John Albright

John Albright, London silversmith, apprenticed to William Twell 1711, turned over to Thomas Killing Clothworker. Free 1718. 1st mark enetered as smallworker 1718. 2nd mark 1720. Specialised in making punch ladles and strainers.

  • 1722

    John Albright

    9942 George I Antique Silver Strainer

    £1,650

    A rare early English antique sterling silver strainer of circular form with decorative side handles. A very charming and useful size; although originally made as a lemon strainer this could be used nowadays as a tea strainer. The bowl is pierced with a design of scrolls and other motifs and contemporary owner’s initials are engraved to one handle. Weight 75 grams, 2.4 troy oz. Spread 16.8cm. Diameter 8.5cm. Height 2.9cm. London 1722. Maker John Albright. Sterling silver

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