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The Collection of Anne H. & Frederick Vogel III

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A QUEEN ANNE SILVER PEAR-FORM CHOCOLATE POT, WILLIAM FAWDERY, LONDON, 1707
tapered cylindrical raised body with rounded base, high molded girdle, banded swan-neck spout at right angles to the handle, detachable domed cover with chained hinge pin and removable baluster finial,the handle sockets with waved edges
fully marked on body, maker and lion's head on cover, lion's head on finial, maker's mark apparently overstriking another; scratch weight 27 1/2
Height 10 1/2 in.
26.7 cm.
30 oz gross
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來源

S.J. Shrubsole, New York, June 1981;
Vogel Collection no. 354.

相關資料

William Fawdery, son of John Fawdery of Enstone in the County gentleman, and elder brother of John (lot 876), apprenticed to Robert Cooper 15 December 1683, free 8 August 1694. First mark as largeworker undated probably in 1697. Address first Goldsmith St and Gold Street 1720, signatory to the petition against the marking of foreigners' plate and extending the freedom to several Frenchmen 1703, 1711, and 1716, elected Renter Warden 4 October 1721 and died circa 1727 when his widow Hester Fawdery entered her mark (Grimwade).

The Collection of Anne H. & Frederick Vogel III

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