William & Mary Silver Bowl
Maker: William Keate
A large early English silver side handled porringer (or bleeding bowl) of plain circular form and distinctive bellied shape. With...Buy NowEnquire
A large early English silver side handled porringer (or bleeding bowl) of plain circular form and distinctive bellied shape. With a shaped and pierced handle. Very charming with the original hand beaten finish. A useful serving bowl, handy for nuts and sweets.
Weight 244 grams, 7.8 troy ounces.
Diameter 12.7 cm. Height 5 cm. Spread 19.7 cm.
Maker William Keate (also known as William Keatt).
Literature: These shallow bowls are often described as porringers. It’s probably more likely that they were used as a vessel for eating from, especially for feeding the sick, rather than for letting blood. This type of porringer with one ear will either be hallmarked around the rim, or in the centre of the base, either underneath or on the interior.
This early silver bowl is in very good condition. Stamped underneath with a full set of English silver hallmarks, lion mark to the reverse of the handle.
Maker: William Keate
William Keate (Keatt), London silversmith, apprenticed to John Spackman 1681, free 1689. Livery 1705. 3 marks entered In one undated group as largeworker, the first two presumable 1697 on commencement of the new register. His elder son Edmund was apprenticed to John Johnson 1715. Died circa 1735 when his son William was apprentice to Robert Nelson.
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