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Antique Silver George III Goblet made in 1818

£875

A fine antique silver regency period goblet which  stands on a circular foot ;with a lobed border leading to a finely fluted central section.

Date 1818
Made By William Burwash
Location London
Stock Number W120x36
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Date:
1818
Maker: William Burwash
£875
Description

A fine antique silver regency period goblet which  stands on a circular foot ;with a lobed border leading to a finely fluted central section.

The interior retains much of its original gilding.

To one side discreet initials are engraved.

The goblet is of a lovely substantial weight and will take just over half a bottle of wine (390 ml). It is in excellent condition.

Dimensions, height 14.1 cm.

Weight, 8.6 troy oz.

Maker
William Burwash

No record of apprenticeship or freedom, Heal records William Burwash, watchcasemaker, at 45 Red Lion Street, Clerkenwell, from 1782-1804, for whom two incuse marks are entered in 1802 and 1803 at 3 Red Lion Street. It would seem very likely that he is the William Burwash of St.Stephens’s Wallbrook, married at that Church, 7 November 1781, to Elizabeth Salt of St. John’s, Clerkenwell , and that they may be the parents of William Burwash of this entry. First mark entered in partnership with Richard Sibley , 7 October 1705. Address: 14 Bartholomew Close. Second mark alone , incuse, 6 July 1812.  Third mark( two sizes) , 10 August 1812. Fourth mark, 23 April 1813, all at the same address. His son George apprenticed to Richard Sibley 1 January 1806 and another son William to William Chawner 6 November 1816, who had married Mary Burwash earlier that year.

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Delivery Charges:
For the UK £15.00
For Europe £30.00
For the rest of World £50.00
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