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William Grundy

William Grundy, apprenticed to Edward Vincent 1731, free 1739. 1st mark entered 1743, 2nd mark (2 sizes) 1748, 3rd mark 1748. Livery 1750. 4th mark 1777. 5th mark in partnership with Edward Fernell 1779. Died circa 1780.

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William Grundy

William Grundy, apprenticed to Edward Vincent 1731, free 1739. 1st mark entered 1743, 2nd mark (2 sizes) 1748, 3rd mark 1748. Livery 1750. 4th mark 1777. 5th mark in partnership with Edward Fernell 1779. Died circa 1780.

  • 1755

    William Grundy

    9858 George II Silver Sauceboats

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    A handsome pair of antique sterling silver sauceboats with typical classic shape and plain styling of the period. Large size and good weight. Hand engraved crest to the front. Each has a Latin inscription engraved to the underside, dated 1756, in old fashioned script. Total weight 874 grams, 28.1 troy ounces. Spread 22 cm. Height 13.9 cm (to top of handle). London 1755. Maker William Grundy. Sterling silver.

  • 1754

    William Grundy

    9327 Antique Silver Snuffer Tray

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    A good quality antique sterling silver snuffer stand of oblong shape with a flying scroll handle. Good plain design and heavy gauge silver with applied shell borders. Weight 273 grams, 8.7 troy ounces. Height 5.8 cms. Length 20 cms. Width 10.2 cms. London 1754. Maker William Grundy.

  • 1774

    William Grundy

    7203 Large George III Silver Mug

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    An impressive antique sterling silver tankard with baluster form on a spreading foot. The broad curved handle has strapwork decoration to the top, a geometric tail piece at the bottom and hand engraved initials. Unusual large size. Good proportions and excellent colour. Contains 950 ml. Weight 550 grams, 17.1 troy ounces. Height 15 cms. London 1774. Maker William Grundy.

  • 1768

    William Grundy

    9476 George III Silver Sugar Vases

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    A fine pair of antique sterling silver sugar casters with side handles. Plain style with gadroon borders. To the front each has a hand engraved armorial with a boar crest. Weight 951 grams, 30.5 troy ounces. Height 25cm (caster), 17.5cm (vase). London 1768. Maker William Grundy.

  • 1773

    William Grundy

    10176 George III Antique Silver Mug

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    A good quality antique silver tankard of large size and very good weight. Of plain form with baluster shape, the shaped handle having acanthus leaf ornament. Uninscribed. Contains 610 ml, over 1 imperial pint. Weight 432 grams, 13.9 troy ounces. Height 13.4cm. Spread 13cm. Diameter 8.5cm. London 1773. Maker William Grundy. Sterling silver. 18th century.

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  • 1720

    William Paradise

    7813 Antique George I Silver Mug

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    A handsome antique sterling silver tankard of good size and weight. Plain baluster shape, almost straight sided, with a shaped handle. Excellent colour and lovely hand hammered finish. To the front there is a large contemporary hand engraved armorial within a decorative cartouche. Contains 450 ml. Weight 305 grams, 9.8 troy ounces. Height 10.75 cms (to top of thumb piece). Diameter at top 8 cms. London 1720. Maker William Paradise

  • 1770

    Margaret Binley

    9287 Antique Silver Wine Label

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    A classical style antique sterling silver bottle ticket of half moon design with feather edge border. The word “HOCK” is hand engraved to the front. Weight 6 grams. Measures 4 x 4.2cms. Makers mark only. Margaret Binley. Circa 1770.

  • 1716

    Nathaniel Lock

    9059 Antique George I Silver Porringer

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    An attractive antique silver porringer with simple strapwork side handles. Typical decoration of the period with half ribbed embossed body and coopered ring of gadrooning. There are simple bands of bright cut engraving and to the front a large decorative cartouche . Uninscribed. *Britannia standard silver. Excellent patina. Weight 143 grams, 4.5 troy ounces. Height 8.4 cms. Spread 15 cms. Diameter 9.3 cms. London 1716. Maker Nathaniel Lock.

  • 1732

    Henry Miller I

    6364 Pair of George II Casters

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    An interesting pair of early English silver castors of simple plain shape and having an engraved crest of a bird to the front. They are both matching but there is an unusual feature – one has a decorative pierced top and the other has an unpierced and engraved top. This is known as a blind caster which is the earliest form of mustard pot. Weight 264 grams, 8.4 troy ounces. Height 13 cms. London 1732. Maker Henry Miller I

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