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Thomas Robins

Thomas Robins, London silversmith, apprenticed to John Robins (possibly a cousin) 1786, free 1794. Mark (2 sizes entered as plateworker 1801. Died 1859. His mark is found on dinnerware of good quality, chiefly entrée dishes.

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Thomas Robins

Thomas Robins, London silversmith, apprenticed to John Robins (possibly a cousin) 1786, free 1794. Mark (2 sizes entered as plateworker 1801. Died 1859. His mark is found on dinnerware of good quality, chiefly entrée dishes.

  • 1817

    Thomas Robins

    9247 George III Silver Salver

    £1,650

    An unusual antique sterling silver salver of circular form with silver feet cast in the form of a winged cherub’s head. The centre is magnificently engraved with classical motifs and vignettes containing classical figures and garlands of flowers. Weight 1641 grams, 52.7 troy ounces. Diameter 35.5 cm. Height 3.6 cm. London 1817. Maker Thomas Robins.

  • 1812

    Thomas Robins

    9920 Pair of George III Silver Trophy Cups

    £5,950

    A substantial pair of antique silver cups and covers with twin handles. Excellent weight and gauge of metal. Elegant classical form with bands of acanthus decoration, the intertwined double snake scroll handles terminate with finely modelled Bacchanalian masks. Total weight 3289 grams, 105.7 troy ounces. Height 31.5cm (total), 33.9cm (to top of rim). Spread across handles 23.3cm. Diameter of top 14.1cm. London 1812. Maker Thomas Robins. Sterling silver.

  • 1803

    Thomas Robins

    5633 Pair of Georgian Silver Sauce Tureens on Stands

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    A fine pair of antique sterling silver tureens with detachable handles and matching stands. Small size for serving sauce. Excellent plain classic design with sarcophagus shape and lovely lions mask handles. The tureens are engraved to one side with a coat of arms, the bases with a crest. Weight 1869 grams, 60.1 troy ounces. Overall height 23.5 cms. Tureen measures length 18 cms, width 11 cms. Stand measures length 16.5 cms, width 11.5 cms. All pieces with matching silver stamps. London 1803. Maker Thomas Robins.

    All pieces with matching silver stamps.

  • 1811

    Thomas Robins

    6717 Pair of Georgian Silver Sauce Tureens with the Royal Windsor Coat of Arms

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    An exceptionally fine pair of antique sterling silver sauce tureens of oval form on shaped claw feet. The quality and gauge of silver needs to be seen to be believed. Each tureen is decorated with broad shell and gadroon borders and the shell motif is repeated on the handles and feet. Engraved to both sides of each tureen there is a large hand engraved armorial and to each top there’s a double engraved crest. Motto “Je me fie en dieu”. These are the arms of the Windsor family, the royal house of Great Britain. Weight 2599 grams, 83.5 troy ounces. Height 15.5 cms. Spread 24 cms. Length 19 cms. Width 13.5 cms. The lids are numbered 2 and 3, so they are part of a larger set, London 1811. Maker Thomas Robins, known for his good quality dinner wares.

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