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William Peaston

William Peaston, London silversmith, no record of apprenticeship of freedom. 1st mark entered as largeworker 1746. 2nd mark, in partnership with Robert Peaston, 1756.

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William Peaston

William Peaston, London silversmith, no record of apprenticeship of freedom. 1st mark entered as largeworker 1746. 2nd mark, in partnership with Robert Peaston, 1756.

  • 1801

    William Peaston

    8400 Georgian Silver Table Centrepiece

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    A large and very impressive antique sterling silver epergne with 5 matching cut crystal dishes. Excellent quality. This elegant silver table centre comprises an oval stand, decorated with leaves and swags, to which the 4 side arms are attached. A useful feature is that the oval centre can be used on its own, or with a combination of 1,2 ,3 or all 4 arms.The weight of silver is 2095 grams, 67.3 troy ounces. Dimensions – Total width (with glass) 68 cms, depth 62 cms, height 23.5 cms. Silver width 63 cms, depth 58 cms, height 23.5 cms. Oval glass length 30 cms, width 22 cms. Each piece of silver is marked and fully matching. London 1801. By William Peaston.

  • 1756

    William Peaston

    9190 Georgian Silver Salver

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    A pretty antique sterling silver waiter with reed and shell border. Small size. To the centre is a hand engraved cartouche containing a family crest. Good colour. Scratchweight etched underneath. Weight 193 grams, 6.2 troy ounces. Diameter 15.3 cm. Height 2.4 cm. London 1749. Maker William Peaston. Retailers mark in old cursive script.

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