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Thomas Parr

Thomas Parr I, London silversmith, apprenticed to Simon Noy 1687, free 1694. Livery 1712. 1st mark entered as largeworker undated, probably 1697. 2nd mark 1717. Livery 1712. Died c.1728 when his widow Sarah entered her own mark.

Thomas Parr II, son of Thomas Parr II, free by patrimony 1733. 1st mark entered 1733, 2nd and 3rd marks 1739. Livery 1750. Court 1735. Warden 1771-3.

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Thomas Parr

Thomas Parr I, London silversmith, apprenticed to Simon Noy 1687, free 1694. Livery 1712. 1st mark entered as largeworker undated, probably 1697. 2nd mark 1717. Livery 1712. Died c.1728 when his widow Sarah entered her own mark.

Thomas Parr II, son of Thomas Parr II, free by patrimony 1733. 1st mark entered 1733, 2nd and 3rd marks 1739. Livery 1750. Court 1735. Warden 1771-3.

  • 1704

    Thomas Parr

    9570 Antique Queen Anne Silver Porringer

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    A fine antique silver porringer with bands of ribbing and bright cut engraving. Britannia standard silver. Good size. Hand engraved to the front within a decorative cartouche is the name Patience Larcombe with a vase of flowers and date 1709. Very good condition and patina. Weight 358 grams, 11.1 troy ounces. Height 12 cm. Diameter 13.5 cm. Spread 21 cm. London 1704. Maker Thomas Parr.

  • 1743

    Thomas Parr

    9952 George II Antique Silver Mug

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    A handsome antique sterling silver mug of baluster shape on a spreading foot. Large size and nice chunky style. The plain features are typical of the period. Very heavy gauge silver and excellent colour. Hand engraved to the front is a monogram in old fashioned script contained within a decorative cartouche. Contains 550 ml. Weight 471 grams, 15.1 troy ounces. Height 12.7cm. Diameter 8.2cm (top). Spread 13.2cm. London 1743. Maker Thomas Parr. Sterling silver.

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