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Samuel Wastell

Samuel Wastell, London silversmith, apprenticed to Benjamin Braford 1694, turned over to John Fawdery 1699. Free 1701. Mark entered as largeworker 1701.

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Samuel Wastell

Samuel Wastell, London silversmith, apprenticed to Benjamin Braford 1694, turned over to John Fawdery 1699. Free 1701. Mark entered as largeworker 1701.

  • 1721

    Samuel Wastell

    9124 George I Silver Brandy Pan

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    A rare antique early antique sterling silver brandy pan with turned wooden handle and straight tapering sides. Excellent plain style. Good patina. Hand engraved to the front with an armorial within a decorative cartouche. Weight 176 grams, 5.6 troy ounces. Height of pan 5.6 cms, 9.2 cms to top of handle. Diameter of top 9.5 cms. Spread 22 cms. London 1721. Maker Samuel Wastell.

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    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).

  • 1755

    James Jones

    6224 Set of 8 Georgian Gilt Silver Teaspoons

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    A rare set of antique sterling silver teaspoons with shell bowls. The end of each handle is decorated with an unknown figure. Weight 118 grams, 3.7 troy ounces. Length 11.5 cms. All marked up the handle with maker’s mark and lion passant although not very clear. Probably James Jones (mark registered May 1755).

  • 1634

    Thomas Maundy

    8190 Antique Charles I Silver Wine Taster

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    A rare and very beautiful 17th century sterling silver dish with pretty little shell side handles. Although rather shallow, this is more probably a wine taster than a sweetmeat dish. The embossed decoration has 8 segments containing scroll and other motifs. The centre is embossed with concentric prick dot circles containing flowers; inside there are 4 leaves and a shield shaped cartouche with scratched initials “TO” over “EF” to the reverse . Weight 95 grams, 3 troy ounces. Width across handles 18.35 cm. Diameter 11.6 cms. English silver hallmarks stamped around the edge for London 1634. Maker Thomas Maundy* (Jacksons P.119).

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