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Nathaniel Appleton & Anne Smith

Nathaniel Appleton, apprenticed to James Walters1751, free 1759. Mark entered in partnership with Anne Smith, no mention of apprenticeship or freedom, in 1771. Their mark is generally found on cream jugs and salt cellars.

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Nathaniel Appleton & Anne Smith

Nathaniel Appleton, apprenticed to James Walters1751, free 1759. Mark entered in partnership with Anne Smith, no mention of apprenticeship or freedom, in 1771. Their mark is generally found on cream jugs and salt cellars.

  • 1774

    Nathaniel Appleton & Anne Smith

    9511 George III Silver Snuff Box

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    An antique sterling silver snuff box with hinged lid. The top is engraved with scroll and sea foam motifs with a large central cartouche (uninscribed). The interior retains the original gilding. Weight 40 grams, 1.2 troy ounces. Top measures 6 x 4.7 cm. Height 1.2 cm. London 1774. Maker Nathaniel Appleton & Smith.

  • 1766

    Nathaniel Appleton & Anne Smith

    9974 George III Antique Silver Strainer

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    An antique sterling silver strainer of circular form with a single shaped handle. A very charming and useful size; although originally made as a lemon strainer this could be used nowadays as a tea strainer.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 flower design. Weight 67 grams, 2.1 troy oz. Spread 12.9cm. Diameter 8.8cm. Height 2.9cm. London 1766. Maker Nathaniel Appleton & Anne Smith. Sterling silver.

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  • 1812 - 1821

    James Barber & William Whitwell

    7704 Antique York Silver Jug

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    English provincial silver. An attractive little antique sterling silver cream jug of globular shape with a simple curved handle. To the front is a hand engraved inscription in old fashioned cursive script. Contains 200 ml. Weight 148 grams, 4.7 troy ounces. Height 7.5 cms. Spread 10 cms. Diameter 5.5 cms. By the York maker James Barber & William Whitwell (1812-1821).

  • 1750

    Samuel Wood

    6199 George II Silver Warwick Cruet

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    A fantastic antique sterling silver cruet set with a matching set of 3 silver castors engraved with armorials and 2 crested silver and faceted glass oil and vinegar bottles. The cinquefoil frame has 4 shell feet and a shaped decorative cartouche, with matching armorial, to the front. Total weight of silver 1814 grams, 58.3 troy ounces. Castors height 18.5 and 16 cms. Bottles height 15 cms. London 1750. Maker Sam Wood.

    The silver bottle tops are unmarked, they are crested and the tops fit perfectly into the silver frame.
    There is a hand engraved armorial on the 3 castors and cartouche of the frame and a crest on the top of the oli and vinegar bottles.

  • 1771

    Daniel Smith And Robert Sharp

    9518 George III Silver Coffee Pot

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    A handsome antique sterling silver coffee pot of baluster form and raised on a pedestal foot. Elegant plain style and graceful shaped spout. Uninscribed. Contains 1000 ml. Weight 864 grams, 27.7 troy ounces. Height 27 cm. Spread across spout and handle 23 cm. London 1771. Maker Smith & Sharp.

  • 1704

    Thomas Parr

    9570 Antique Queen Anne Silver Porringer

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    A fine antique silver porringer with bands of ribbing and bright cut engraving. Britannia standard silver. Good size. Hand engraved to the front within a decorative cartouche is the name Patience Larcombe with a vase of flowers and date 1709. Very good condition and patina. Weight 358 grams, 11.1 troy ounces. Height 12 cm. Diameter 13.5 cm. Spread 21 cm. London 1704. Maker Thomas Parr.

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