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The Collection of Anne H. & Frederick Vogel III

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A QUEEN ANNE SMALL SILVER TWO-HANDLED DRAM CUP, WILLIAM FLEMING, LONDON, 1708
baluster body chased with sloping gadroons and with matted girdle topped by stamped leaves, engraved with contemporary initials H over WA (top initial changed from an M), the opposite side with an initial A, wire scroll handles
marked on base
Length over handles 3 1/8 in.
7.8 cm.
15 dwt
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來源

Robert Lloyd, New York, February 2002;
Vogel Collection no. 708.

相關資料

For a similar two-handled small cup by Fleming 1700, see Victor Hovart, Miniature Silver Toys, p. 159, illus. 187.

William Fleming, son of John Fleming, citizen and haberdasher of London apprenticed to Nathaniel Lock 22 February 1688, free 20 March 1695, mark entered undated, presumably April 1697 on commencement of register, address Maiden Lane, Cripplegate October 1705. Signatory as "working" goldsmith of the petition complaining of the competition of "necessitous strangers" December 1711, and to that against assaying works of foreigners not having served seven years apprenticeship February 1716, Church Warden of St. Zachary 1710 and 1717 (Grimwade).

The Collection of Anne H. & Frederick Vogel III

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