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A George III silver epergne, Emick Romer, London, 1773
Estimate
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PROPERTY OF A LADY

A George III silver epergne, Emick Romer, London, 1773
Estimate
15,00020,000
LOT SOLD. 20,000 GBP
JUMP TO LOT

Details & Cataloguing

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A George III silver epergne, Emick Romer, London, 1773
the central stand with laurel leaf festooning and gadrooned rims, eight detachable curving branches supporting similarly decorated sweetmeat baskets, four with swing handles, large central boat shaped basket, all engraved with a crest, later glass liners for central basket and two sweet meat baskets, engraved with scratch weight 'All 139=5'
42cm, 16 1/2 in high
4294gr, 138oz 1dwt
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Provenance

The crest is that of Radclyffe

Catalogue Note

Emick Romer (Grimwade 638) , son of the Oslo goldsmith Michel Michelsen Römer, lived and worked in Norway but his name also appeared in the London Parliamentary Report of 1773 as a plateworker, 123 High Holborn. Romer is known to have supplied sugar and cream-baskets to Parker and Wakelin in 1770/71 and his mark notably appears on number of pierced epergnes from 1765-75.

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