George II Antique Silver Bowl
Maker: Thomas Tearle
An attractive antique silver 2 handled cup (or porringer) with bands of ribbing and bright cut engraving. Useful neat size....Buy NowEnquire
An attractive antique silver 2 handled cup (or porringer) with bands of ribbing and bright cut engraving. Useful neat size.
Weight 62 grams, 2 troy ounces.
Height 6.7 cm. Diameter 8 cm. Spread 12.5 cm.
Maker Thomas Tearle.
Literature: Porringers are two handled bowls and some have a cover. They can also be known as caudle cups although the origin of the porringer was for porridge and the caudle cup was for a type of broth. From the eighteenth century onwards, porringers and cups and covers were used mainly as centrepieces or ornaments. In recent times they have seen a resurgence in popularity for drinking and on the dining table. They make a very attractive baby gift.
The cup is in good condition with signs of moderate wear consistent with age. There are small signs of restoration on the inside, where the top of the handles meet the cup.
Maker: Thomas Tearle
Thomas Tearle, London silver maker, apprenticed to Gabriel Sleath 1707, free 1715. 1st mark as largeworker 1719, second (sterling) 1720, 3rd mark 1739. Described by Grimwade in his “London Goldsmiths 1697-1837” as an excellent general maker of cups, tankards and salvers…”.
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