A George III silver sauce jug by Rebecca Emes & Edward Barnard, London 1810; together with two mustards and a silver-plated spoon  (4)
Lot 373
A George III silver sauce jug by Rebecca Emes & Edward Barnard, London 1810; together with two mustards and a silver-plated spoon (4)
Sold for £625 (US$ 1,036) inc. premium
Lot Details
A George III silver sauce jug
by Rebecca Emes & Edward Barnard, London 1810
Compressed circular form with raised central band applied with gadroon rim, detachable lid with orb finial, reeded handle and pouring spout, crested, length 16cm; together with two mustards, the first, a William IV example, by Edward Farrell, London 1837, pierced cylindrical form with pierced scroll thumbpiece and hinged lid flat-chased with a crest within a c-scroll cartouche, blue glass liner, height 7.7cm, the second, a Victorian example, by Edward, Edward, John & William Barnard, London 1841, octagonal form and bright-engraved with strapwork, pierced scroll thumbpiece, the hinge lid engraved with a crest within a strapwork cartouche, blue glass liner and silver-plated spoon, height 8.2cm, weight total 18oz. (4)

Footnotes

  • Lion head uncrowned is the crest recorded in 1905 for ANNERS, BEAL, CATOR, DALRYMPLE, EDGEWORTH, FLOWER, GRUBB, HOSE, JEFFRYES, KIRKHAM, LYNN, MORTLOCK, NICOLSON, POTTS, ROSS, SIM, TRIMWELL, UNETT, VIRTUE, WAKEMAN, YEATS and some 200 further names.

    The tower in flames above a baronet's badge was the crest of HOPKINS of Athboy, co. Meath.
    Francis Hopkins (?1760 - 1814), grandson of the Bishop of Derry, retired early from a career at the bar to enjoy his estate in co. Meath. As a magistrate and commander of a company of foot soldiers he dispersed a large body of insurgents and was made a baronet in 1795. He subsequently represented Kilbeggan in the last of that series of Parliaments which met in Ireland. In 1814 Sir Francis was succeeded by his 17-month old son on whose death in 1860 the baronetcy became extinct.

    Crowned lion head is the crest recorded in 1905 for BAMPFYLDE, BULL, COSARD, CROWN, DARWELL, DAVIS, DIFFORD, DIKENS, DITFORD, DOMVILE, ESTWOOD, GEFFRY, HENLEY, HUTCHINGS, JEFFRAY, KIFTMARSH, MASCALL, OSBORN, PEACHE, PERRY, PINDAR, POLTIMORE, SIMSON, SUMNER, WHITE, WOOD and YONGE.

Saleroom notices

  • Please note the blue liners are plastic
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