A George III silver pair of wine coasters, probably by Morton, Warris, Winter, Roberts, Elam, Sattle, Eyre & Smith, Sheffield 1775,
Lot 152
A George III silver pair of wine coasters, probably by Morton, Warris, Winter, Roberts, Elam, Sattle, Eyre & Smith, Sheffield 1775,
Sold for £750 (US$ 1,260) inc. premium
Auction Details
The Chester Sale Chester
4 Dec 2012 11:00 GMT

Auction 20172
A George III silver pair of wine coasters, probably by Morton, Warris, Winter, Roberts, Elam, Sattle, Eyre & Smith, Sheffield 1775, A pair of George III silver wine coasters, makers marks indistinct, Sheffield 1775,
Lot Details
A George III silver pair of wine coasters,
probably by Morton, Warris, Winter, Roberts, Elam, Sattle, Eyre & Smith, Sheffield 1775,
With pierced gallery borders with bead borders around a turned wooden base, engraved armorial coat of arms, diameter 12.5cm.

Footnotes

  • The Sheffield assay office opened on the 5th July 1773, making these coasters amongst the earliest known silverware assayed in Sheffield.
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