9848
George III Silver Tureens

Date: -1773

Maker: William Holmes & Nicholas Dumee

Country: England

£9,500
Choose Currency:
Please note currency converter is just a guide
Buy or Enquire Now

A fine set of 4 antique silver sauce tureens with matching stands and lids. Of classical oval form, they have traditional gadroon borders and lions mask side handles. Hand engraved to the front of each there is a large coat of arms within a decorative cartouche, and to the reverse there is a lion crest above a coronet. The attractive cast silver lid finials have a daisy and foliate design. 

Total weight 4,040 grams, 129 troy ounces.

Height 16 cm. Tureen top 17 x 12 cm.

London 1773.

Maker William Holmes & Nicholas Dumee.

Sterling silver.

Literature. Small sized covered tureens appeared circa 1760 and were used to serve sauces and gravy. The lid /cover helped to keep the contents warm.

Marks. All pieces – lid, tureen and base – are stamped with a full and matching set of English silver hallmarks.

  • Free Worldwide Shipping
  • Fully Insured
  • 14 Day Return Policy
  • LAPADA Member
BUY ONLINE WITH PAYPAL
paypal
PAY BY CREDIT/DEBIT CARD OR BANK TRANSFER
MAKE AN ENQUIRY

Follow us on instagram