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Joseph Bird

Joseph Bird, London silversmith, of the Brewers Company. Largeworker. 2 undated marks circa 1697. 3rd mark no date or address attributed. 4th (sterling) 1724. His mark is usually found on candlesticks.

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Joseph Bird

Joseph Bird, London silversmith, of the Brewers Company. Largeworker. 2 undated marks circa 1697. 3rd mark no date or address attributed. 4th (sterling) 1724. His mark is usually found on candlesticks.

  • 1711

    Joseph Bird

    10161 Queen Anne Antique Silver Chamberstick

    £4,950

    A rare early English silver chamberstick (also known as a go to bed) with the solid design and excellent heavy gauge silver as you’d expect from this date. It has the early form with a flat teardrop handle and a broad drip pan mounted on three small stump feet. The circular base is hand engraved with a coat of arms within a decorative cartouche. Weight 242 grams, 7.7 troy ounces. Diameter 4.5cm. Length 23cm. Britannia standard silver. London 1711. Maker Joseph Bird.

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