James II Silver Beaker
Maker: John Duck
A rare early English silver drinking cup of tapering cylindrical form with a flared lip and simple reeded foot. The...
A rare early English silver drinking cup of tapering cylindrical form with a flared lip and simple reeded foot. The sides have a deep embossed band of flower heads and leafage, a popular Stuart motif.
Contains 280 ml.
Weight 115 grams, 3.6 troy ounces.
Height 9.8 cms. Diameter 8.8 cms.
Maker John Duck.
This splendid silver beaker is in very good condition. Good clear silver marks.
Maker: John Duck
John Duck, apprenticed to Roger Stevens in 1669, free 1677. Duck married Hannah Stevens (daughter of Roger Steven’s widow Katharine) in 1678. Livery 1687. Deputy assayer 1695, a full time appointment and Duck ceased trading as plateworker. During his working career 1680-1696 Duck took on 6 apprentices. His work was mainly producing household plate (hollowware), such as beakers, porringers, tankards and flagons. His distinctive mark was a duck in a dotted circle.
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