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Samuel Courtauld

Samuel Courtauld, London silversmith, apprenticed to his father Augustine Courtauld 1734, free 1747. 1st mark entered as largeworker 1746. 2nd mark 1751. Married Louisa Perina Ogier 1749. Son Samuel born 1752, then 4 daughters and 2 other sons. Died 1765. Samuel Courtald’s work is quite rare as few pieces of his work have survived and Grimwade describes Samuel’s silverwares as “characterised by a mild rococo taste, attractively executed…”.

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Samuel Courtauld

Samuel Courtauld, London silversmith, apprenticed to his father Augustine Courtauld 1734, free 1747. 1st mark entered as largeworker 1746. 2nd mark 1751. Married Louisa Perina Ogier 1749. Son Samuel born 1752, then 4 daughters and 2 other sons. Died 1765. Samuel Courtald’s work is quite rare as few pieces of his work have survived and Grimwade describes Samuel’s silverwares as “characterised by a mild rococo taste, attractively executed…”.

  • 1753

    Samuel Courtauld

    9053 Antique Silver Serving Slice

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    A rare early antique silver serving slice with an elegant turned hardwood handle. The pierced silver surface is decorated with foliate scrolls and flowers. Hand engraved to the reverse is a large lion crest crowned. Total weight 189 grams, 6 troy ounces. Length 31.5 cms. Width 11.4 cms. Sterling silver. London 1753. Samuel Courtauld I (Grimwade 2489).

  • 1747

    Samuel Courtauld

    9864 George II Antique Silver Candlesticks

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    A superb pair of George II rococo silver candlesticks, cast and chased in high relief with face masks and spiralling pendant flowers and grapes. Good size and heavy cast weight. The nozzles are original and rare for this early date. Weight 2180 grams, 70 troy ounces. London 1747. Maker Samuel Courtauld. Sterling silver.

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