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Pair of George III Antique Silver Sauce Boats made in 1762


A good pair of early George III antique silver sauce boats which have a plain undulating rim and stand on three decorative hoof feet.

Date 1762
Made By Walter Brind
Location London
Stock Number SA148x44

Out of stock

Maker: Walter Brind

A good pair of early George III antique silver sauce boats which have a plain undulating rim and stand on three decorative hoof feet.

They both have engraving to one side of a contemporary family crest.

They are in good condition and well hallmarked.

The pair will hold about 700 ml (approximately 1.25 UK pints)

Dimensions: length 18.2 cm; weight 19.5 troy oz.

Walter Brind

Son of William Brind late of Highworth in the County of Wiltshire innholder deceased (and so brother to Henry) apprenticed to John Raynes 7 October 1736 on payment of £25.00 Turned over to his brother Henry July 1742 (soon after the latter’s entry of his mark).

Free 8 November 1743.  Livery, March 1758. Mark entered as largeworker, 7 February 1749, Address: Foster Lane, Second Mark (two sizes), 31 August 17(51?). Third mark, 11 October 1757. Same address, without category, in the Parl. Report list 1773. Fourth mark as plateworker, 26 February 1781, Address: 34 Foster Lane, where Heal records him till 1796.

William, son of Walter and Ann Brind, was born 20 September, baptized 18th October 1749 at Christchurch, Newgate and apprenticed to his father, 7 December 1763. Another son, Henry, aged nine, ‘son of Walter Brind silversmith in Foster Lane ‘was admitted a scholar of St Paul’s School, 16 May 1764 and apprenticed to his father 5th April 1769.

Third son, Thomas was apprenticed to him 4 May 1774 and turned ever 1777 to Thomas Clements of Gutter Lane ribbon weaver. (Presumably the Thomas Brind, Prime Warden 1813).

Fourth son, Walter, also apprenticed to him 4th February 1778 and turned over 1780 to George Jackson weaver. (He is presumably the Walter Brind, Prime Warden of 1820) The baptism of three daughters is also recorded at Christchurch, Newgate from 1750 to 1752. Mrs Brind, wife of Walter Brind, goldsmith, Foster Lane, died 11 January 1791 (The Gentleman’s Magazine). He died between 1795 and 1801.

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