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A William IV silver soup tureen on stand, Robert Garrard, London, 1832
Estimate
15,00025,000
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150
A William IV silver soup tureen on stand, Robert Garrard, London, 1832
Estimate
15,00025,000
JUMP TO LOT

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A William IV silver soup tureen on stand, Robert Garrard, London, 1832

melon pattern, lobed body, domed top surmounted by a chased artichoke and shallot finial, handles and acanthus-scroll feet terminating in berried laurel, attached stand engraved twice with armorials, crested cover, detachable crested liners, latter stamped Garrards Panton Street London


Quantity: 2
47.5cm, 18 3/4 in over handles
7470gr, 243oz 3dwt
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Provenance

This tureen was ordered by Ralph Sneyd (1793-1870), Lord of the Manor of Keele, who purchased two 'round shap'd gadroon silver soup turine[s] [sic] with vegetable button on cover[s] & lining[s] to d[itt]o', together with silver stands, on 7 November 1832 (Garrard's Gentlemen's Ledger No. 7, p. 116). The second of these tureens, presently offered, weighed 244oz 8dwt and cost £165.

The arms are those of Sneyd impaling Bagot, probably for Sneyd's mother, the Hon. Louisa Bagot (d. 1834), eldest daughter of the 1st Lord Bagot and widow of Walter Sneyd (1752-1829), MP for Castle Rising.

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