3190
3190
An American Silver Pitcher, Andrew Ellicott Warner, Baltimore, circa 1830
Estimate
5,0008,000
LOT SOLD. 16,250 USD
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3190
An American Silver Pitcher, Andrew Ellicott Warner, Baltimore, circa 1830
Estimate
5,0008,000
LOT SOLD. 16,250 USD
JUMP TO LOT

Details & Cataloguing

The Iris Schwartz Collection of American Silver

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An American Silver Pitcher, Andrew Ellicott Warner, Baltimore, circa 1830
of ceramic form with reeded borders and molded rim, engraved in front possibly slightly later with arms in a shield flanked by foliate sprays, double-scroll handle
marked on base A.E.WARNER in serrated rectangle, and 11 in plain rectangle.
height 8 1/2 in.
21.6cm
32oz 8dwt
1008g
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Provenance

Collection of Jim Nelson and Sam Wagstaff
Sold Christie's, New York, 21 October 1989, lot 93

Catalogue Note

The arms are those of Carroll, possibly for James McCubbin Carroll (1761-1832), nephew of Charles Carroll the Barrister, who took the Carroll name to succeed to the Barrister's inheritance.  He was a patron of Warner, ordering flatware with the Carroll crest from the silversmith.  In 1817, he moved into Mount Clare plantation on the death of his aunt.

This form was made by both A.E. Warner and Thomas Warner for the Williams family, see Pleasants & Sill, plate XL.  

The Iris Schwartz Collection of American Silver

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New York