2140
2140
A set of four George III silver entrée dishes, Parker and Wakelin, London, 1768
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2140
A set of four George III silver entrée dishes, Parker and Wakelin, London, 1768
Estimation
6 0009 000
Lot. Vendu 5,625 USD (Prix d’adjudication avec commission acheteur)
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The Highly Important Americana Collection of George S. Parker II from the Caxambas Foundation

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A set of four George III silver entrée dishes, Parker and Wakelin, London, 1768
cushion-shaped with gadroon rims with leaf-tips at the angles, the centers engraved with contemporary arms within rococo cartouche and palms
marked on bases, numbered 1-4 and with scratch weights 20=16, 21=15, 20=3, and 20=4
length 10 1/8 in.
25.7 cm
80 oz 10 dwt
2507 g
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Description

The arms are those of Lamb impaling Milbanke, for Peniston Lamb of Brocket Hall, Herts., only son and heir of  Sir Matthew Lamb Bart., and his wife  Elizabeth daughter of Sir Ralph Milbanke 7th Bart. who were married in 1769. He was born in 1744, succeeded his father as baronet in 1768, admitted to Lincoln’s Inn 1769, M.P. for Ludgershall 1768-84, Malmesbury 1784-90 and for Newport, Isle of Wight 1790-93. He was created in 1770 Lord Melbourne, Baron of Kilmore, co. Cavan and subsequently Viscount Melbourne of Kilmore 1781. He was gentleman of the Bedchamber to the Prince of Wales 1783-96 and Lord of the Bedchamber 1812 till his death. In 1815 he was created Baron Melbourne of Melbourne, co. Derby and died in 1828, she having died in 1818.

The Highly Important Americana Collection of George S. Parker II from the Caxambas Foundation

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New York