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Two George III Silver Dish Crosses and Two Irish Silver Wine Lables
Estimate
5,0007,000
LOT SOLD. 4,375 USD
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183
Two George III Silver Dish Crosses and Two Irish Silver Wine Lables
Estimate
5,0007,000
LOT SOLD. 4,375 USD
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Details & Cataloguing

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Two George III Silver Dish Crosses and Two Irish Silver Wine Lables

the dish crosses with swiveling arms and openwork sliding supports, raised on shell terminals, one crested, the wine labels bright cur and engraved with a bacchic infant seated on a cask pouring spirits, one engraved MADEIRA, the other CLARET


both dish crosses fully marked, one by S. Herbert & Co., London, 1760, the other by Edward Aldridge, London, 1762, the wine labels with maker's mark JT, Dublin, circa 1790


length of longest dish cross 11in.
27.9cm
30oz 15dwt
958g
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Provenance

dish crosses: Davidson College, Davidson, NC, sold
Sotheby's, 4-5 April 2007, lot 504 (part)

Important English & Continental Silver & Objects of Vertu

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