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Lot 6

A George I silver marrow scoop William Penstone (possibly) London, 1717 Of traditional form,...

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Lot 6

A George I silver marrow scoop
William Penstone (possibly)
London, 1717
Of traditional form,...

Price Realised: £210

Estimate: £100 - £150

Price realised is hammer price plus fees (31.2% Buyers Premium inclusive of VAT).

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Lot 6


A George I silver marrow scoop

William Penstone (possibly)

London, 1717

Of traditional form, with engraved arms to reverse of bowl, 20.5cm long, approx. 1.6ozt

Provenance: Property of the Tappenden Charitable Trust

Arms: The arms are those of Portal of Ash Park impaling Argent a Lion rampant crowned (possibly Peachey). Joseph Portal (1720-1793) married Sarah Peachy (d. 1802), daughter of General John Peachy, in 1748. (With thanks to Pursuivant Research)

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