A GEORGE I SILVER SALVER AND STRAINER, JOHN CORPORON AND JOHN ALBRIGHT, LONDON, 1717 AND 1719
A GEORGE I SILVER SALVER AND STRAINER, JOHN CORPORON AND JOHN ALBRIGHT, LONDON, 1717 AND 1719
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Property from a New York Private Collection

A GEORGE I SILVER SALVER AND STRAINER, JOHN CORPORON AND JOHN ALBRIGHT, LONDON, 1717 AND 1719

Estimate: 3,000 - 5,000 USD

Property from a New York Private Collection

A GEORGE I SILVER SALVER AND STRAINER, JOHN CORPORON AND JOHN ALBRIGHT, LONDON, 1717 AND 1719

Estimate: 3,000 - 5,000 USD

Lot Sold:2,500USD

Lot Details

Description

Property from a New York Private Collection

A GEORGE I SILVER SALVER AND STRAINER, JOHN CORPORON AND JOHN ALBRIGHT, LONDON, 1717 AND 1719


the salver engraved with accolé arms, marked on base and engraved John Corporan; the strainer with openwork strapwork handles, fully marked inside bowl and with city mark only below each handle

15 oz 5 dwt

479 g

diameter of salver 8 in.

20.3 cm

Condition Report

The salver with engraving softened, otherwise good and a nice, heavy weight. The strainer with a small casting flaw to one handle, but otherwise good.


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Cataloguing

Catalogue Note

The base is engraved "The arms are those of Vignoles and Du Roure."

John Corporan, son of a naturalized citizen, was apprenticed to Lewis Mettayer 24 May 1709. He entered his mark 2 April 1717. Arthur Grimwade notes in London Silversmiths, 1697-1837 that his work is rare.

STYLE: Furniture, Silver, Ceramics
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