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A WILLIAM III SILVER COVERED BOWL, HUGH ROBERTS, LONDON, 1699
Estimate
8,00012,000
LOT SOLD. 10,625 USD
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870
A WILLIAM III SILVER COVERED BOWL, HUGH ROBERTS, LONDON, 1699
Estimate
8,00012,000
LOT SOLD. 10,625 USD
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Details & Cataloguing

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A WILLIAM III SILVER COVERED BOWL, HUGH ROBERTS, LONDON, 1699
shallow circular bowl chased with gadroons and engraved with contemporary arms between crossed fronds, beaded scroll handles, cast gadroon foot, shallow domed cover with gadroon band and a border of punched leaves and matting around two-tier raised finial
fully marked on body and cover; scratch weight 11=12
Length 6 3/8 in.
16.2 cm.
11 oz 10 dwt
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Provenance

Asprey & Co., London, February 1986;
Vogel Collection no. 468.

Catalogue Note

Compare with a covered bowl by Joseph Ward, 1700, described in an inscription as a "Sugar Dish," formerly in the Sir John Noble Collection, sold Sotheby's London, March 24, 1960, lot 33 ($2,669), illus. Vanessa Brett, Sotheby's Directory of Silver, no. 572, p. 152.

Hugh Roberts (alias Humphreys) son or stepson of Robert Humphreys of the parish of Eggishway (?) in the County of Derby, yeoman, was apprenticed to Augustine Dudley 31 January 1672 until 14 February 1679. He entered his mark as largeworker probably 1697-1714 on commencement of the register. He worked in Newgate Street. Heal records him at this address and London 1697 (Grimwade).

The Collection of Anne H. & Frederick Vogel III

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