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    • Dishes (set of four  gilt)

    • Silverwork -- England -- London -- 17th century;Silverwork -- England -- London -- 18th century;Gilding -- England -- London -- 17th century;Gilding -- England -- London -- 18th century;Tableware -- England -- London -- 17th century;Tableware --...
    • Detail: Depicts two dishes

      David Willaume I (b. 1658 d. by 22 January 1741)

      Marks: Fully marked on underside near rim: maker's mark WI, two mullets above, fleur de lis below (Grimwade 3129) Britannia lion's head erased date letter...
    • Pair of Sweetmeat Baskets (gilt)

    • Silverwork -- England -- London -- 18th century;Gilding -- England -- London -- 18th century;Sweetmeat baskets -- England -- London -- 18th century;Baskets -- England -- London -- 18th century;Decorative arts -- England -- London -- 18th...
    • Detail: Depicts one of two sweetmeat baskets

      Aymé Videau (free 1733/34?)

      Marks: Fully marked on underside: maker's mark AV in script, mullet above, pellet below (Grimwade 107) lion passant date letter f for 1741/42 leopard's...
    • Footed Salver

    • Anne, Queen of Great Britain, 1665-1714;Silverwork -- England -- London -- 18th century;Salvers -- England -- London -- 18th century;Footed salvers -- England -- London -- 18th century;Decorative arts -- England -- London -- 18th century;Devices...
    • Thomas Farren (free 1707 d. 1743)

      Marks: Fully marked on top: maker's mark FA in shaped shield (Grimwade 666) lion's head erased date letter r for 1712/13 Britannia. Lion's head erased and another (incomplete) maker's mark on...
    • Two-Handled Cup and Cover

    • Woodward, William, 1876-1953;Silverwork -- England -- London -- 20th century;Racing trophies -- England -- London -- 20th century;Two-handled cups -- England -- London -- 20th century;Decorative arts -- England -- London -- 20th century;Horse...
    • Crichton Brothers (ca. 1890-1950s)

      Marks: Fully marked on underside of cup and cover bezel: maker's mark LAC (Jackson 1921, p. 235 Culme #10639-10647) lion's head erased Britannia date letter m for 1927/28. Also marked on underside of...
    • Basin

    • Silverwork -- Ireland -- Dublin -- 18th century;Kildare, Robert Fitzgerald, Earl of, 1675-1744;Kildare, Mary Fitzgerald, Countess of, 1692-1780;Basins -- Ireland -- Dublin -- 18th century;Decorative arts -- Ireland -- Dublin -- 18th century;Devices...
    • Marks: Marked on underside: harp crowned and Hibernia

      Heraldry: The arms are those of Fitzgerald impaling O'Brien, for Robert Fitzgerald, nineteenth earl of Kildare, and his wife, Mary, eldest daughter of William, third earl of...
    • Two-Handled Cup and Cover

    • Silverwork -- England -- London -- 18th century;Drinking cups -- England -- London -- 18th century;Silver drinking vessels -- England -- London -- 18th century;Covered cups -- England -- London -- 18th century;Two-handled cups -- England -- London...
    • Isaac Liger (free 1704)

      Marks: Maker's mark LI, fleur de lis above (Grimwade #1931) on upper part of cup and cover bezel

      Heraldry: The arms are those of Booth

      Medium notes: The inverted bell-shaped cup is raised and divided...
    • Dinner Plates (set of twelve)

    • Fitzwalter, Benjamin Mildmay, Earl, 1672-1756;Mildmay, Frederica, d. 1751;Silverwork -- England -- London -- 18th century;Plates (Tableware) -- England -- London -- 18th century;Dinner plates -- England -- London -- 18th century;Decorative arts --...
    • Detail: Depicts one dinner plate

      Marks: Fully marked on underside rim of each plate: maker's mark LA, star and crown above, fleur de lis below (see Grimwade 1892) Britannia lion's head erased date letter K for 1725/26

      Heraldry: The...
    • Realia

    • H.V. Allen & Co.; Berry Bros. & Rudd; Brooks Brothers (Firm); Browning Firearms Company; G. & J. Cary; Crouch & Fitzgerald; Dent; Dr. Auzoux; Duveen Brothers; F.E. Brandis, Sons & Co.; Galle; Gaumont (Firm); George Philip & Son; Gerrard and Company...
    • These items range from a set of andirons presumably used by the Clarks to RSC’s military uniforms. Items related to RSC’s horse breeding and scientific exploration are included, as are decorative objects.
    • Salver (Tea Table)

    • Salvers -- England -- London -- 18th century;Silverwork -- England -- London -- 18th century;Tableware -- England -- London -- 18th century;Decorative arts -- England -- London -- 18th century;Devices (Heraldry);Coats of arms
    • John Tuite (first mark entered between September 1721 and July 1725)

      Marks: Fully marked on underside: date letter R for 1732/33 leopard's head maker's mark JT in script with a ewer between (Grimwade 1722) lion passant

      Heraldry:...
    • Pair of Salvers

    • Silverwork -- England -- London -- 18th century;Tableware -- England -- London -- 18th century;Salvers -- England -- London -- 18th century;Decorative arts -- England -- London -- 18th century;Devices (Heraldry);Coats of arms
    • Detail: Depicts one of a pair of salvers

      Robert Jones I, John Scofield (working in partnership 1776-1778)

      Marks: Fully marked on underside of each: maker's mark RI over IS (Grimwade 2349) date letter a for 1776/77 lion passant ...
    • Basin

    • Booth, George, Earl of Warrington, 1675-1758;Silverwork -- England -- London -- 18th century;Basins -- England -- London -- 18th century;Washbowls -- England -- London -- 18th century;Decorative arts -- England -- London -- 18th century;Devices...
    • Isaac Liger (free 1704)

      Marks: Fully marked on underside of rim: maker's mark LI, fleur de lis above (Grimwade no. 1931) lion's head erased Britannia date letter A for 1716/17

      Heraldry: The arms and motto, QUOD ERO SPERO (I Hope...
    • Coffeepot

    • Silverwork -- England -- London -- 18th century;Coffeepots -- England -- London -- 18th century;Decorative arts -- England -- London -- 18th century;Devices (Heraldry);Coats of arms;Crests
    • Marks: Fully marked on body to right of handle: maker's mark Ane, AN conjoined (Grimwade 68) Britannia lion's head erased date letter f for 1701/2. Lion's head erased and maker's mark on cover bezel

      Heraldry: The arms and crest are those...
    • Coffeepot

    • King, David, d. 1737;Silverwork -- Ireland -- Dublin -- 18th century;Coffeepots -- Ireland -- Dublin -- 18th century;Beverage containers -- Ireland -- Dublin -- 18th century;Decorative arts -- Ireland -- Dublin -- 18th century;Tableware -- Ireland...
    • City: Dublin

      Marks: Marked on underside of body: maker's mark DK (Jackson 1921, p. 608 1989, p. 627 Bennett 1972, no. 138). Marked on body to right of handle: date letter T for 1708/9-1709/10 and harp crowned. Harp crowned on cover...
    • Spoon Tray

    • Silverwork -- England -- London -- 18th century;Tableware -- England -- London -- 18th century;Spoon trays -- England -- London -- 18th century;Decorative arts -- England -- London -- 18th century;Devices (Heraldry);Coats of arms
    • Marks: Fully marked on underside: date letter T for 1734/35 leopard's head maker's mark P.L, crown and star above, fleur de lis below (Grimwade 2203) lion passant

      Heraldry: The arms are those of Worley, Warley, or Warley, impaling...
    • Jug

    • Elston, John;Walker, John, 1674?-1747;Silverwork -- England -- Exeter -- 18th century;Jugs -- England -- Exeter -- 18th century;Beverage containers -- England -- Exeter -- 18th century;Decorative arts -- England -- Exeter -- 18th century;Devices...
    • City: Exeter, England

      Marks: Fully marked on underside: maker's mark EL crowned (Jackson 1921, p. 334 1989, p. 292) Britannia lion's head erased castle date letter x for 1722/23

      Heraldry: The arms are those of Walker of...
    • Two-Handled Cup

    • Silverwork -- England -- London -- 17th century;Drinking cups -- England -- London -- 17th century;Two-handled cups -- England -- London -- 17th century;Decorative arts -- England -- London -- 17th century;Devices (Heraldry);Coats of arms
    • Image/Metadata: Amico Library: 2002 ARTstor: 2006 CAMIO 2006

      Maker's mark TH crowned, probably Thomas Harris II (free 1670)

      Marks: Fully marked on underside of base: maker's mark TH crowned (Jackson 1921, p. 131 1989, p. 128) ...
    • Hand or Chamber Candlestick

    • Silverwork -- England -- London -- 17th century;Candlesticks -- England -- London -- 17th century;Chambersticks -- England -- London -- 17th century;Decorative arts -- England -- London -- 17th century;Devices (Heraldry);Coats of arms
    • Maker's mark IW, mullet below, probably for Joseph Ward (free 1689)

      Marks: Fully marked on wax pan near handle: maker's mark IW over mullet (Chaffers p. 166) leopard's head lion passant date letter q for 1693/94. Lion passant on...

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