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The Collection of Anne H. & Frederick Vogel III

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A CHARLES II SILVER PORRINGER, MAKER'S MARK EG, POSSIBLY FOR EDWARD GLADWIN, LONDON, 1674
with wide bombé bowl, the handle pierced with geometric motifs and pricked with initials TS over ES, surrounded by fine scrollwork and cinquefoils 
fully marked at rim, lion passant on back of handle, maker's mark EG possibly for Edward Gladwin (Revised Jackson, 1989, p. 129)
Length 5 3/8 in.
13.6 cm.
8 oz 6 dwt
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來源

How of Edinburgh, London, January 1990;
Vogel Collection no. 518.

相關資料

Jackson records a cup, two tankards, and an alms dish by this maker between 1670 and 1680. This model handle with slight variation in piercing was used by silversmiths in Boston. A porringer with similar handle by John Coney from the Collection of Mrs. Herman F. Clarke is illustrated in Herman Frederick Clarke, John Coney Silversmith, p. 53, pl. xxiii, another by Jeremiah Dummer is at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, Buhler, cat. no. 18, p. 21. The porringer of this form became more popular in the Colonies than in England.

David M. Mitchell cites Anthony Sale's attribution of this mark to Edward Gladwin in Silversmiths in Elizabethan and Stuart London, p. 281.

The Collection of Anne H. & Frederick Vogel III

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