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Robert Timbrell And Joseph Bell I

Robert Timbrell, London silversmith, apprenticed to Augustine Dudley 1678, free 1685/6. Court 1705. 1st mark entered as largeworker, undated, probably April 1697. 2nd mark also undated presumed after 1707, in partnership with his apprentice Joseph Bell I who was freed in October 1707.

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Robert Timbrell And Joseph Bell I

Robert Timbrell, London silversmith, apprenticed to Augustine Dudley 1678, free 1685/6. Court 1705. 1st mark entered as largeworker, undated, probably April 1697. 2nd mark also undated presumed after 1707, in partnership with his apprentice Joseph Bell I who was freed in October 1707.

  • 1709

    Robert Timbrell And Joseph Bell I

    9821 Queen Anne Antique Silver Mug

    £2,850

    A handsome early English silver mug of plain straight sided form with banding. Britannia standard silver. Excellent colour. No inscription. A nice detail is the decorative ribbed spine to the top of the handle. Contains 650 ml. Weight 439 grams, 14.1 troy ounces. Height 13 cm (to top of handle). London 1709. Maker Robert Timbrell & Joseph Bell I.

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