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Richard Bayley

Richard Bayley was apprenticed to Charles Overing in 1699 and turned over to John Gibbons in 1704. Free 1706. First mark entered in 1708 at Foster Lane, London, 2nd mark 1720, third mark 1732. Warden of the Goldsmiths Company 1746-8. Prime warden 1751*. He was known for his good plain hollow-ware such as tankards, jugs, tea and coffee pots.

His son, Richard, was apprenticed to Samuel Spindler in 1713.

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Richard Bayley

Richard Bayley was apprenticed to Charles Overing in 1699 and turned over to John Gibbons in 1704. Free 1706. First mark entered in 1708 at Foster Lane, London, 2nd mark 1720, third mark 1732. Warden of the Goldsmiths Company 1746-8. Prime warden 1751*. He was known for his good plain hollow-ware such as tankards, jugs, tea and coffee pots.

His son, Richard, was apprenticed to Samuel Spindler in 1713.

  • 1719

    Richard Bayley

    9137 George I Silver Teapot

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    A rare early English silver teapot of simple plain form. Britannia standard silver*. Pear shaped with domed hinged cover and original wooden handle. Hand engraved to the front is a coat of arms – argent, six Lions rampant, sable – within an incised shield, possibly for the Savage family. Early teapots were of small capacity because of the rarity of tea. Contains 570 ml. Weight 425 grams, 13.6 troy ounces. Height 14 cm. Spread 19 cm. London 1719. Maker Richard Bayley.

  • 1718

    Richard Bayley

    8228 George I Silver Strawberry Dish

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    A charming antique silver serving dish with a scalloped border and engraved cartouche with armorial to the centre. Britannia standard silver*. Excellent patina. Weight 239 grams, 7.6 troy ounces. Diameter 16.5 cms. Height 2 cms. London 1718. Maker Richard Bayley.

  • 1718

    Richard Bayley

    8594 Large George I Footed Salver

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    An excellent early English silver tazza of plain circular form on a shaped foot. Britannia standard silver*. Lovely simple styling typical of the period. Good size and patina. Weight 723 grams, 23.2 troy ounces. Height 6.25 cms. Diameter 29 cms. London 1718. Maker Richard Bayley

  • 1738

    Richard Bayley

    8765 George II Silver Beer Jug

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    A handsome antique sterling silver jug of baluster shape on a plain circular cast foot. Hand engraved to the front with an armorial. Contains 950 ml. Weight 645 grams, 20.7 troy ounces. Height 18 cms. Spread 14.5 cms. London 1738. Makers Richard Bayley.

  • 1716

    Richard Bayley

    9084 George I Silver Mug

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    A rare early antique silver tankard with straight sides and a simple handle. Britannnia standard silver*. Charming small size and suitable as a child’s christening mug. Typical decoration of the period with a body and three embossed bands of decoration around the centre. Excellent colour. To the front is an engraved crest on a shield within a decorative cartouche of ribbons and harebells. Contains 193ml. Weight 193 grams, 6.2 troy ounces. Height 9.2cm. Diameter 6.5cm (top). Spread 10.5cm. London 1716. Maker Richard Bayley.

  • 1718

    Richard Bayley

    6385 George I Covered Milk Jug

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    An extremely rare little antique silver milk jug with a hinged lid. Britannia standard silver. This is one of the earliest forms of milk jug and the style is very much like a contemporary coffee pot. Simple plain design and very pretty wooden handle. Weight 191 grams, 6.1 troy ounces. Height 14 cms. Spread 10 cms. Diameter of base 5 cms. London 1718. Maker Richard Bayley.

  • 1729

    Richard Bayley

    6772 George II Silver Mug

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    A handsome antique sterling silver tankard of good size and weight. Plain baluster shape, almost straight sided, with a simple scroll handle. Excellent colour. Weight 337 grams, 10.8 troy ounces. Contains 1 pint. Height 11.5 cms. Diameter at top 9 cms. London 1729. Maker Richard Bayley.

  • 1738

    Richard Bayley

    9606 George II Silver Coffee Pot

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    A good plain style antique sterling silver coffee pot with straight tapering sides and domed lid. Hand engraved to the front with an armorial within a decorative cartouche. Good gauge silver and colour. Contains 850 ml. Weight 677 grams, 21.7 troy ounces. Height 21.5 cm. Spread 20.5 cm. London 1738. Maker Richard Bayley.

  • 1719

    Richard Bayley

    9808 George I Silver Mug

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    A handsome early English silver mug with a slightly baluster shape on a spreading foot. Good plain style typical of the period. Excellent colour and weight. Large hand engraved crest to the front. Owners initials inscribed to the underside. Contains 500 ml, just under 1 imperial pint. Weight 343 grams, 11.02 troy ounces. Height 12cm (to top of thumb piece). Spread 13cm. Diameter 8.5cm. London 1719. Maker Richard Bayley. Britannia standard silver.

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