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Samuel Taylor

Samuel Taylor, London silversmith, apprenticed to John Newton, free 1744. 1st mark entered 1744 as largeworker. 2nd mark 1757. Taylor specialised in tea caddies and sugar bowls, like his master, and his mark is rarely found on any other genre.

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Samuel Taylor

Samuel Taylor, London silversmith, apprenticed to John Newton, free 1744. 1st mark entered 1744 as largeworker. 2nd mark 1757. Taylor specialised in tea caddies and sugar bowls, like his master, and his mark is rarely found on any other genre.

  • 1762

    Samuel Taylor

    9297 George III Silver Caddy

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    An excellent quality antique sterling silver tea caddy or sugar jar with lift off lid. Attractive vase shape with cast and pierced foot, and cute little flower finial. High relief embossed flower and scroll decoration. Excellent weight. Weight 332 grams, 10.6 troy ounces. Height 14 cm, diameter 10.5 cm. London 1762. Maker Samuel Taylor.
    This would have been originally one of a set of 3 matching caddies in a fitted box. One large caddy (originally for sugar) and a matching pair of smaller caddies (for green and black tea).

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