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Thomas Causton

Thomas Causton, London silversmith, apprenticed to David Green 1723, turned over to Matthew Cooper 1728, a known candlestick maker. Freedom unrecorded. Mark entered as largeworker 1731.

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Thomas Causton

Thomas Causton, London silversmith, apprenticed to David Green 1723, turned over to Matthew Cooper 1728, a known candlestick maker. Freedom unrecorded. Mark entered as largeworker 1731.

  • 1732

    Thomas Causton

    9967 George II Antique Silver Chamberstick

    £1,550

    An early English sterling silver chamber stick (also known as a go to bed) with a simple C shaped handle and reeded rim. Solid design and excellent heavy gauge silver as you’d expect from this date. Weight 256 grams, 8.2 troy ounces. Diameter 13.5cm. Spread 15.5cm. Height 6.5cm. London 1732. Maker Thomas Causton, a known candlestick maker. Sterling silver.

  • 1732 - 1733

    Thomas Causton

    9449 George II Antique Silver Candlesticks

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    A good pair of antique sterling silver candle holders of plain design with knopped columns and shaped bases. Heavy cast silver and good original colour. Total weight 728 grams, 23.4 troy ounces. Height 16.5cm. Base 10.3. London 1732/33. Maker Thomas Causton.

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  • 1830

    Paul Storr

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