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Pewter, Dutch Footed Bowl with Twin Handles and Wriggle Work, Circa 1700



Holland, partial mark; height to handle: 4 7/8”, to rim: 4”, diameter: 5 3/8”



$385.00

365-332




Pewter Pint Mug by John Abbot, Gateshead, England, Mid-19th Century



Solid and well made, fine condition, touch mark struck on interior of base; capacity and other marks under rim. (Height: 4.5"; base diameter: 4")





$150.00

365-320




Pewter, Dadley & Pitt, Teapot,
Queen Anne Footed Form, Low Dome London, Circa 1781-1799



Maker's mark stamped into bottom. Body parts burned together, seven-hole strainer at base of spout.

Provenance:
Ex Collection of Carl Jacobs, Southwick, Massachusetts, 1962;
Ex Collection of John F. Ruckman, Doylestown, Pennsylvania, 1965;
Ex Collection of Charles V. Swain of Hilltop Farm, Bucks County, Pennsylvania.

(Very good original condition; 5.5" high by 7.75" wide by 4.5" in diameter.)



$1,225.00

365-334




Pewter Teapot, Medium Dome, Four-Gill Size Body, Circa 1780 Unknown English Maker



Wood handle, lid with knop button. Some interior oxide imperfection, couple repairs; five-lug hinge
(height: 6"; handle to spout: 7.5”; diameter: 4.25")



$575.00

365-331




Pewter Cream Pot by Henry Joseph,
3.25 Inches,
(active 1736-1784) London,
Marked with “HI” touch,
circa 1740 to 1770



Pear shape, cabriole legs, double scroll handle with spur and birds head drop
(Height: 3.25"; overall height: 3.75")



$625.00

365-337




Pewter Cream Pot by Henry Joseph,
Four Inch, (active 1736-1784)
London, Marked with “HI” touch,
circa 1740 to 1770 - SOLD



Pear shape, cabriole legs, double scroll handle with spur and birds head drop (Height: 3.75"; overall height: 4.25")



365-336 - SOLD




A FINE EARLY AMERICAN PEWTER BEAKER, FREDERICK BASSETT, NEW YORK ACTIVE 1761-1800



Of slightly tapering cylindrical form raised on a step molded foot. The inside bottom with stamped maker’s mark. Height 4.6”



$5,650.00

1252-1




18th Century Dutch Engraved Five Lobe Pewter Plate, Scalloped, Portrait of Cardinal Anonymous



(Two small period repairs; diameter: 9.25")



$1,895.00

365-341




Outstanding Pewter Medical Infusion Mug by Henry & Richard Joseph, Late 18th Century A fine and clean example featuring an acanthus leaf decorated handle



Henry and Richard Joseph, London from 1785-1792, Henry was a master pewterer, in business 1736-1784; in partnership with his son, Richard in 1785…scarce, few pieces extant. A piece of camphor was held in the compartment under the pierced brass grate on the lid; the mug was filled with boiling water; a hose was fitted to the chimney on the lid. The patient inhaled air through the hose; piercings on brass grate and handle allowed air to flow into the water…and over the camphor. The combination of fresh air infused with camphor soothed the congestion of the patient’s lungs. Opium and aromatic leaves were also used in the 18th century medical devices. (Measuring 5 3/8’ tall to top of chimney; 4 5/8 to top of lid.)

$675.00

365-342




American Quart Pewter Mug, Thomas Danforth III, Connecticut, Rare Double Mark
Middletown, possibly Wethersfield (1777 to 1818)
Jacobs, page 80, numbers 114 and 115


Antique Quart Pewter Mug by Thomas Danforth III, 19th Century, angle view

Rarely encountered with the combination of marks as described; small “rampant lion in circle” touchmark is found within the interior on bottom; the mark was used by Thomas Danforth II (1755-1782) and Thomas Danforth III while in Middletown and possibly Wethersfield (1777-1783). Also displaying the impressed "T. D" mark within rectangle to left of handle just below rim. (H: 6”)

$2,950

365-317


Antique Quart Pewter Mug by Thomas Danforth III, 19th Century, entire view
Antique Quart Pewter Mug by Thomas Danforth III, 19th Century, mark detail 1
Antique Quart Pewter Mug by Thomas Danforth III, 19th Century, mark detail 2



Pewter Porringer by Samuel Hamlin Jr., Providence, Rhode Island, 5”
Jacobs 163


Antique Pewter Porringer by Samuel Hamlin Jr., Rhode Island, entire view

(Diameter: 5.5”)

$695

660-27


Antique Pewter Porringer by Samuel Hamlin Jr., Rhode Island, handle detail
Antique Pewter Porringer by Samuel Hamlin Jr., Rhode Island, mark detail



Pewter Porringer, Boardman and Co., New York, Crown Handle, 5”
Jacobs 39


Antique Pewter Porringer by Boardman and Co., New York, entire view

(Diameter: 5”)

$445

660-28


Antique Pewter Porringer by Boardman and Co., New York, handle detail
Antique Pewter Porringer by Boardman and Co., New York, mark detail



Pewter Porringer, Thomas D. & Sherman Boardman, Hartford, Connecticut, 1810 to 1830, 4”


Antique Pewter Porringer by Thomas and Sherman Boardman, Circa 1810 to 1830, entire view

Laughlin 428
(Diameter: 4”)

$340

660-30


Antique Pewter Porringer by Thomas and Sherman Boardman, Circa 1810 to 1830, handle detail



Pewter, Pint Tankard, Dome Lid, Richard King, London, Maker's Mark
18th Century (1704 to 1777)



Provenance:
Ex Brown Brothers Auction, Buckingham, Pennsylvania, 1959 (owned by Sarah Williams Eastburn, Pineville, Pennsylvania a member of the Brown family, through which this tankard is believed to have descended; Ex Collection of Charles V. Swain, Hilltop Farm, Bucks County, Pennsylvania. (Very good condition; couple dings to handle from thumbpiece, else fine; dimensions: 5.625" high by 5.5" wide by 4" in diameter.

$7,675

365-198






Pewter Beefeater Flagon, Lid with Twin Cusp Thumbpiece
By Francis Seagood (Touch mark inside of base; other marks on lid)
Kings Lynn, England
1639 to 1684



Solid handle with hoof type terminal soldered to body; lid is typical of flagons namesake and sits smartly on cylindrical drum on ovolo molded foot with flat base.
(Very good original condition; H: 12")

$5,475

660-19









Pewter Charger, Multi Reeded Rim, Broad Rim, 17th Century, 24"
Touch Mark of John Shorey, London, Secondary Export Touch "CR"



(Diameter: 24")

$3,225

365-212









Pewter Charger, Multi Reeded, Broad Rim, 18th Century, 23.75"
Touch Mark of Richard Smith, London



(Diameter: 23.75")

$4,350

1008-30








Pewter, a Rare Broad Rim Salt Stand, Master Salt, William Davidson, 17th Century
United Kingdom, Likely London
See Cotterell 5559



(Very good; H: 2.25", diameter: 4.75")

$3,150

365-189






Pewter Potbelly Gill Measure with Blind Hinge, Early 18th Century, Scottish
A rare Scots form in fine condition standing at 3.5"



$2,525

365-205




Pewter, Rare Scottish Thistle Measure, Glasgow Verification Mark, Half Gill
This example with the Associated Arms of Glasgow Mark (Tree, salmon and bell)
See Scottish Pewter 1600-1850 by Peter Spencer Davies, pp. 210, 211 and 212.
Also, Cotterell, Old Pewter Its Makers and Marks, page 117
Only one maker stamped his mark; Robert Galbriath



(Excellent condition; H: 3.25")

$2,150

365-206






Pewter, Teapot, Pear Shaped, Townsend & Compton, 6"
London, England, Circa 1784 to 1802



A pewter teapot by John Townsend and Thomas Compton; maker's mark stamped into outside bottom; eight-hole strainer at base of spout.

Provenance:
Ex Collection of Parke G. Smith, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1962;
Ex Collection of John F. Ruckman, Doylestown, Pennsylvania, 1965;
Ex Collection of Charles V. Swain of Hilltop Farm, Bucks County, Pennsylvania.
Literature:
'Living with Antiques' Antiques Magazine, September 1950, page 182;
Peter R.G. Hornsby, Pewter of the Western World 1600 to 1850, page 162, figure 487.

(Excellent condition, original handle; 5.5" high by 7.75" wide by 4.25" in diameter)

$2,125

365-195






Pewter Charger, Multi Reeded, Thomas King I, 20.25"
London, Circa 1675 to 1708



Owner's initials PB and S over TA on front rim; worn touchmark on back; hallmarks on front. (Scattered pitting on surface; diameter: 20.25")

$2,095

660-22









Pewter Charger, Multi Reeded, John Greenbank, 20 1/16"
Worcester, England, Circa 1675 to 1700



Owner's initials IB and O over PS on the front rim; touchmarks on back; hallmarks on front rim. (Slight pitting and some dark scale on front; heavy scale on back; diameter: 20.25")

$2,095

660-23









Rare 18th Century Swiss Lidded Pewter Flagon, Stegkanne, Wine Jug
Switzerland, Mid 18th Century, Marked “LN” over Bear for Bern


Antique Swiss Lidded Pewter Flagon/Wine Jug, 18th Century, angle view

The slender lidded spout joined to the body by a “steg” terminating in a hand
(Good condition; H: 12.5”)

$1,825

1012-84


Antique Swiss Lidded Pewter Flagon/Wine Jug, 18th Century, entire view
Antique Swiss Lidded Pewter Flagon/Wine Jug, 18th Century, rear angle view
Antique Swiss Lidded Pewter Flagon/Wine Jug, 18th Century, marks detail



Pewter Dish, A RARE and EARLY Form, Pewter Plate by James Putnam
Malden, Massachusetts, Circa 1830 to 1835
A quality dish of beautiful form and fine condition with perfect touch



(Fine; diameter: 5.25")

$1,395

365-192







Pewter Plate
By William Kirby
New York City
Active, 1760 - 1793



An 8.25-inch pewter dish with hammered booge, touch marks on reverse, polished; very good condition.

$1,275

904-19








Pewter Charger, Multi Reeded Rim, Broad Rim, 17th Century
Touch Mark of Thomas King, London, 1676 to 1687



(Diameter: 20.25")

$1,250

365-210








Pewter, Flagon, Swiss, Vertical Seamed, Pier Antoni Simaval of Wallis (Valis)
Switzerland, Circa 1750



This large mid-18th century Swiss flagon displays the mark of Pier Antoni Simaval of Wallis (Valis); struck on the lid in front of the 'wedge'. The most interesting feature of this flagon is that it was cast in two halves, and has vertical seams (only visible inside). Within the interior, inset in the base, there is a fleur de lys rosette centered by perfect linen marks left by the pewterer. (Superb condition with lustrous cleaned patina; 10.5" overall H: 4.5" base diameter.)

$1,245

365-217






Pewter Bed Warming Pan, Samuel Cocks, London, Circa 1819, Cotterell 1004



Probably hospital use, engraved on ferrule "HC-36", the front punch-decorated with star within concentric rings. Spiral and baluster turned handle is pewter capped with brass hanging device. (Very good condition displaying original gray patina and makers touch; L: 42")

$1,075

365-214







Pewter Charger, Multi Reeded Rim, William Ford, Wigan, 1683 to 1696
England



(Diameter: 20.25")

$1,075

365-211









Pewter Deep Dish, Largest Recorded English Deep Dish, Thomas Swanson, 1765 to 1783
London, 16 3/8” Cotterell 4593


Antique Pewter Deep Dish by Thomas Swanson of London, 1765 to 1783, entire view

Mold apparently handed-down from:
2. Samuel Ellis Sr., London (Export began 1732 to Boston)
1. Colonel John Shorey, London, 1683
(Original gray patina; scattered dings and knife marks)

$975

365-209


Antique Pewter Deep Dish by Thomas Swanson of London, 1765 to 1783, side view
Antique Pewter Deep Dish by Thomas Swanson of London, 1765 to 1783, marks detail
Antique Pewter Deep Dish by Thomas Swanson of London, 1765 to 1783, label detail



Pewter Deep Dish
Joseph Danforth, 1780 to 1788
Middletown, Connecticut



The dish with single reeded rim has two lion in gateway touch-marks and four hallmarks. Laughlin 377 and 378. (Diameter: 13.25".)

$975

715-1







Barrel Shape Teapot
Pewter...anonymous
Circa 1790



The domed lid above barrel/drum-form pot with straight spout and what appears to be the original molded wooden handle; seven hole strainer at base of spout. Some restoration above shoulder at neck. (Height: 7 inches; width spout to handle: 10.5 inches; base diameter: 5 inches; opening outside diameter: 3.5 inches; height to shoulder: 4.5 inches; collar height: .875 inches; lid height at thumb molding: 1.25 inches; spout length: 5.25 inches; distance between handles (approx.): 2 inches; shoulder diameter: 4.75 inches.)

$975

509-2







Pewter, Marriage Plate with Wrigglework, Rim with Zigzag Design Centering Cockerel
Unidentified Maker's Mark (Angel holding scale of justice, large bell in other hand)



The unidentified maker's triple mark is struck on the reverse of the bowl. (In excellent condition; light-grey original surface patina; diameter: 9.5")

$945

365-220







Pewter Twin Eared Porringer, Ecuelle, Rouen Control Marks Under Lid
France, Likely Mid 18th Century
Remaining in scarcely encountered fine original condition



Twin-eared porringers were popular throughout France from the late 17th to mid-18th century with several regional styles are known; this form with decorative ears, and a cover cast-decorated with arabesque designs originated in Rouen. Displayed under the lid are a dated quality control mark for Rouen and an unidentified maker's mark incorporating the lamb and flag arms of Rouen. Owner's initials 'MAP' on one ear and 'MPP' under the base. Ecuelles with their covers in undamaged condition are hard to find, as the covers were not heavily cast as were the bodies, and are easily damaged. (Excellent condition, with light-grey original surface patina; 11" across the ears, with bowl diameter of 6.5")

$945

365-222






Pewter Cream Pot, Creamer, Floral Cast Handle Unique to Maker, Rare
Marked H. HALE & Co / WALLINGFORD (Connecticut)
Hiram and Charles Yale, Yalesville, Connecticut (1824 to 1835)



(Excellent condition; H: 3.75")

$895

365-177






Pewter Travelling Flask, Pilgerflasche or Pilgrim Bottle, Swiss
Unmarked, Switzerland, Late 18th or Early 19th Century



Decorative details include wrigglework above foot and beneath spout neck, and pairs of concentric incised lines to both sides. The chain is attached to the so that it does not impede opening and closing. The canteen is fitted with side loops for a strap; flat base allows it to stand on a surface. For a similar example see figure 846, page 250, Pewter of the Western World by R.G. Hornsby (Exceptional almost unused condition, with light-grey original surface patina; H: 7.5"; W: 6"; D: 2")

$695

365-219




Pewter Sugar Bowl, Lidded, Floral Cast Handles Unique to Maker, Rare
Marked H. HALE & Co / WALLINGFORD (Connecticut)
Hiram and Charles Yale, Yalesville, Connecticut (1824 to 1835)



(Very Good condition commensurate with age and use: H: 5"; W: 8.5"; D: 6")

$650

365-176




Pewter, Coffee Pot, Baluster Form, Roswell Gleason (1821 to 1871)
Dorchester, Massachusetts, Circa 1835 to 1840
Excellent original condition, hinged domed lid and a good mark; Jacobs 147



(H: 13" to finial)

$455

365-175






Pewter Charger, Gershom Jones, Providence, Rhode Island, 1774 to 1809
Jacobs 175


Antique Pewter Charger, Gershom Jones, Rhode Island, 1774 to 1809, entire view

(Diameter: 14.75”)

$450

1096-51


Antique Pewter Charger, Gershom Jones, Rhode Island, 1774 to 1809, with ruler for scale
Antique Pewter Charger, Gershom Jones, Rhode Island, 1774 to 1809, marks detail 1
Antique Pewter Charger, Gershom Jones, Rhode Island, 1774 to 1809, marks detail 2
Antique Pewter Charger, Gershom Jones, Rhode Island, 1774 to 1809, marks detail 3



11.5” Pewter Deep Dish, Thomas Danforth III, Philadelphia, 1777 to 1818
Jacobs 120


Antique Pewter Deep Dish, 11.5-inch diameter, Thomas Danforth III, 1777 to 1818, entire view

(Diameter: 11.5”)

$450

1096-53


Antique Pewter Deep Dish, 11.5-inch diameter, Thomas Danforth III, 1777 to 1818, with ruler for scale
Antique Pewter Deep Dish, 11.5-inch diameter, Thomas Danforth III, 1777 to 1818, marks detail 1
Antique Pewter Deep Dish, 11.5-inch diameter, Thomas Danforth III, 1777 to 1818, marks detail 2



12” Pewter Plate, Thomas Danforth Boardman, Hartford, Connecticut, 1805 to 1850
New York Mark, Jacobs 39


Antique Pewter Plate, 12-inch diameter, Thomas Danforth Boardman, Connecticut, 1805 to 1850, entire view

(Diameter: 12”)

$425

1096-50


Antique Pewter Plate, 12-inch diameter, Thomas Danforth Boardman, Connecticut, 1805 to 1850, with ruler for scale
Antique Pewter Plate, 12-inch diameter, Thomas Danforth Boardman, Connecticut, 1805 to 1850, marks detail 1
Antique Pewter Plate, 12-inch diameter, Thomas Danforth Boardman, Connecticut, 1805 to 1850, marks detail 2



Pewter Shepherd’s Lunch Pail, Footed Plate Lid, Tiles of Handles with Angel Heads
Dinner Pail, Porte-diner
Bouvier Family Mark (Active 1623 to 1881), Clamecy, France, 19th Century


Antique Pewter Shepherd's Lunch Pail with Footed Plate Lid, 19th Century, entire view

(Other than a few expected minor dings, excellent condition; H: 6.5"; diameter: 8.5")

$255

1032-186




Pewter Scale Plate, Thomas Burchfield, London, 1810 to 1846
Marked BURCHFIELD and SUPERFINE HARDMETAL
Burchfield was not a pewterer; he was a scale maker (Died 1857)



PURSUANT to a Decree of the High Court of Chancery,
made in a cause of Charles Jones, plaintiff, v.
Samuel John Burchfield and William Burchfield, defendants,
the creditors of Thomas Burchfield, of Church-street, Stoke
Newington, in the county of Middlesex, Esquire, and of
West Smithfield, in the city of London, Scale Maker, de-
ceased, who died on or about the 5th day of November,
1851
, are, by their Solicitors, on or before the 18th day of
June, 1857, to come in and prove their debts, at the chambers
of the Vice-Chancellor Sir William Page Wood, at
No. 11, New-square, Lincoln's-inn, in the county of Middlesex,
or in default thereof they will be peremptorily excluded from
the benefit of the said Decree. Monday, the 20th day of July,
1857, at twelve o'clock at noon and one o'clock in the afternoon,
at the said chambers, is appointed for hearing and adjudicating up
on the said debts and claims.-Dated this 15th day of May, 1857

(Good condition; diameter: 13.5")

$385

365-194






8” Pewter Plate, Edward Danforth, Middletown & Hartford, Connecticut (1788 to 1794)
Jacobs 84


Antique Pewter Plate, 8-inch diameter, Edward Danforth, Circa 1788 to 1794, entire view

(Bends to rim, fine etching on rim; 8” diameter.)

$350

1096-76


Antique Pewter Plate, 8-inch diameter, Edward Danforth, Circa 1788 to 1794, with ruler for scale
Antique Pewter Plate, 8-inch diameter, Edward Danforth, Circa 1788 to 1794, marks detail 1
Antique Pewter Plate, 8-inch diameter, Edward Danforth, Circa 1788 to 1794, marks detail 2



8” Pewter Plate, Samuel Danforth, Hartford, Connecticut, (1795 to 1816)
Jacobs 106


Antique Pewter Plate, 8-inch diameter, Samuel Danforth, Circa 1795 to 1816, entire view

(Labeling tape residue on back; diameter: 8”)

$325

1096-42


Antique Pewter Plate, 8-inch diameter, Samuel Danforth, Circa 1795 to 1816, marks detail



6.25” Pewter Plate, by TD&SB, Thomas Danforth Boardman and Sherman Boardman
Hartford, Connecticut, Circa 1830 to 1840


Antique Pewter Plate, 6.25-inch diameter, Danforth and Boardman, Circa 1830 to 1840, entire view

(Labeling tape residue on back; diameter: 6.25”)

$325

1096-43


Antique Pewter Plate, 6.25-inch diameter, Danforth and Boardman, Circa 1830 to 1840, with ruler for scale
Antique Pewter Plate, 6.25-inch diameter, Danforth and Boardman, Circa 1830 to 1840, marks detail



Pewter Porringer with Heart and Crescent Moon Handle, Lee Type



Attribution based on Laughlin touch L-413 subsequently found to be incorrect however; still referred to as "Lee Type". (H: 1.25" W: 3.5"; D: 5")

$175

365-181




Previous Offerings or Gone to New Homes




Pewter Pint Mug by Boardman and Hart, New York, (in partnership 1827 to 1847)
Jacobs 47 - SOLD


Antique Pewter Pint Mug by Boardman and Hart, New York, entire view

660-25 - SOLD




Pair of 19th Century Footed Pewter Cups, Scrolled Handles Chalices, Attrib. Boardman’s
Almost all Boardman chalices are unmarked - SOLD


Antique Pair of 19th Century Footed Pewter Cups, Attributed to Boardman's, pair view 1

Likely Boardman and Company (circa 1825 to 1827), New York City and Hartford, Connecticut; Lucius Hart (1803-1871) & Thomas D. Boardman (1784-1873). Confident attribution supported by stylistic and dimensional congruity to a marked Boardman example. See 'A Marked Boardman Chalice,' PCCA Bulletin, vol. 4, pg. 187, figs. 1-3.

660-26 - SOLD




Pewter Charger, Engraved, Wriggle Worked Rim, Eagle, Soldiers, Sun Face, Flags
Swiss Maker’s Mark, (Geneva maker IF) French Quality Mark, 18th Century
An Intriguing Piece Awaiting Translation - SOLD


Antique Pewter Charger with Wriggle Worked Rim and Engraved Decoration, 18th Century, entire view

The figures may be Germanic; soldier on the left appears to be an Austrian grenadier and the guy on the right, wearing tricorn hat and priming-flask is probably a Prussian artillerymen or infantrymen. Then again, we could hypothesize that displayed are a Spanish grenadier and a French artillery or infantryman, whereas the Spanish also wore single-breasted coats without lapels during this period and large grenadier caps of the form depicted. The eagle was used by the Hapsburgs heavily and the Prussian monarchy. The lion may be British-Hanoverian royalty. The symbolism of three rings interlocked might refer to the alliance of Austria, Germany and Britain during the Seven Years' War. Is the key a Masonic device? We have networked with respected scholars, yet; we have not reached conclusion, perhaps you can help.
This terrific item just in; we are open to discussion, please contact us if interested!
(Diameter: 19.25”)

424-268 - SOLD




Pewter Mounted Staved Lidded Tankard, Pierced and Engraved Floral and Bird Motif
Continental, 18th Century - SOLD


Antique Pewter Mounted Staved Lidded Tankard, Continental, 18th Century, angle view 1

(Imperfections; H: 6.75”, base diameter: 5.75”)

331-10 - SOLD




Pair of 5” Pewter Beakers by Timothy Boardman, New York City, 1822 to 1824
Jacobs 49 - SOLD


Antique Pair of Five Inch Pewter Beakers by T. Boardman, 1822 to 1824, pair view

660-24 - SOLD




A Period Broad Rim Pewter Plate, French
Mark is unknown to us - SOLD


Antique Broad Rim French Pewter Plate, Unknown Mark, entire view

(Diameter: 10”)

1136-7 - SOLD




9” Pewter Plate, Joseph Danforth (Sr.), Lion-in-Gateway Mark, Crowned Initials
Middletown, Connecticut (1780 to 1788) - SOLD


Antique Pewter Plate, 9-inch diameter, Joseph Danforth Sr., Connecticut, entire view

(Diameter: 9”)

1096-45 - SOLD




Pewter, Tankard, Wrigglework Decoration, Swiss, Coin Dated 1809 Set within Lid
Unidentified Maker, Switzerland
Attractive, allover Wrigglework decorates the body, coin centered by wrigglework - SOLD



Maker's marks are on the inside of the base; typical of these tankards dating from the end of the 18th century into the first third of the 19th century. The lid is inset with a coin, which is somewhat worn making the legend impossible to decipher although the date '1809' is visible. The thumbpiece is especially attractive. There is an incised 'plouk' line just below the rim inside the neck to ensure accurate capacity. (Superb condition, with light-grey original surface patina; overall H: 8.25", height to rim: 6 1/8", base diameter: 5.75".

365-215 - SOLD




Pewter Coal Scuttle, Purdonium, by Richard Richardson, Sheffield 1873 to 1883
England, maker's marks under the hinged lid - SOLD



This miniature is faithful in all respects to the original design, although its purpose was likely to hold sugar. The brass hinges and feet were likely silver plated. The body is electroplated Britannia metal, and displays deep bright cut decoration to the front, sides and top. (Superb condition, with light-grey surface patina; 5.25" maximum length; 4 1/8" maximum height.)

365-216 - SOLD




Pewter High Baluster Casters, English, Mid to Late 18th Century
Unmarked, perforated screw on caps - SOLD



(Very good condition; H: 7")

365-183 - SOLD




Pewter Plate, Single Reed, Engraved Rim, Burford and Green, London, 1748 to 1780
Rim with engraved leafy vine and initials, "CM" and "NM"
Probably a RARE Pennsylvania Marriage Plate (export)
Cotterell 698 - SOLD



(Fine condition; diameter: 8")

365-188 - SOLD




Pewter Teapot Stand, Unmarked, American or English, Late 18th Century
Neoclassical Engraving, Footed - SOLD



(Very good condition; H: .75"; W: 7.25"; D: 5.25")

365-197 - SOLD




Pewter, Oval Teapot, Israel Trask, Straight Tapered Spout, Bright Cut Engraved
Beverly, Massachusetts (1807 to 1856) Circa 1813
A clean early Federal example with good "I. TRASK" maker's mark to underside - SOLD



(A fine example in original condition; 6.25 by 10.25 by 3.5")

365-196 - SOLD




Pewter Oval Charger with Coat Of Arms by Samuel Duncomb, 1740 to 1780
Bewdley, England
An oval serving dish, the front rim engraved with a coat of arms, Cotterell 1466 - SOLD


Antique Pewter Oval Charger with Coat of Arms by Samuel Duncomb, England, 1740 to 1780, entire view

(Very good condition, light gray patina; scattered and light pitting and a few light scratches; 20.75 by 16”)

365-208 - SOLD




Pewter Teapot, William Savage, Middletown, Connecticut, Circa 1837 to 1840
Bearing touch on base - SOLD


Pewter Teapot by William Savage of Connecticut, Circa 1837 to 1840, entire view

(Couple scattered dings otherwise excellent original condition; H: 8.5")

1096-52 - SOLD




Pewter, Sugar Bowl, Rare Cafeteria Form, Strap Handles, George Richardson
Fine Unmarked Example, Boston 1818 to 1828, Cranston, Rhode Island 1828 to 1845 - SOLD



(H: 6.5")

365-178 - SOLD




Pewter Cheroot Case, Cigar, Cigarillo Case, Sheffield, England, 1792 to 1805
Touchmark, COLDWELL within oblong rectangle with scalloped edges
Engraved Decoration - SOLD



See Pewter at Colonial Williamsburg by John Davis for more information regarding this mark, pp. 284-285. (H: 4.5")

365-187 - SOLD




Pewter, Brass Rim Lidless Measures, Baluster, Set of Six, 19th Century
Capacity Marked, Verification Mark / Crowned VR / Location 266
Fine Smooth Gray Original Patina - SOLD



(Fine condition; tallest H: 6"; shortest H: 2", .25 gill to quart)

365-199 - SOLD




Pewter, Tazza, High Footed Plate, French Armorial, Marked by Carlo Perot, 10 1/8"
Circa, likely 1690 to 1720
Multi reeded rim, shallow bouge, outstanding condition, light grey original patina - SOLD



A high status footed plate or tazza by Carlo Perot an unidentified French pewterer, with his touchmark on the reverse. The bowl displays a superbly engraved family crest. The style of the plate and foot suggests a dating of circa 1690-1720. The base is 1.75" high with a 4" diameter; overall H: 2.25".

365-221 - SOLD




Pewter Plate, Judaica, Purim Dish, Haman, Wriggle Work
Touch Marks of Gabriel Syren, 18th Century - SOLD



(Diameter: 9")

365-223 - SOLD




Pewter Charity Box, Judaica, Tsedakah, Likely for Hevrah Kadishan, Holy Society
Unidentified Pewterer 'ICN' with town mark of Vienna, (W = Wien) 18th Century
Dated 1742
Hebrew word TSEDAKAH engraved on foot of burial charity box - SOLD



Box with coin slot is hinged for opening, scrolled handle, excellent condition, RARE
(Original fence posts; chain likely replaced; H: 8.5"; W: 4.5"; D: 9.5")

365-218 - SOLD




Pewter Basin, Boardman, Thomas Danforth, 8"
Hartford, Connecticut
1805 to 1850
A small pewter basin; Jacobs mark 38, impressed beaded eagle - SOLD



(H: 1.75", diameter: 8")

336-130 - SOLD




Pewter Measure, Half Gallon
CM for Commonwealth of Massachusetts
1730 to 1760 - SOLD



English form, but most likely American made based on bud thumb piece and shape of lid attachment. Repairs to handle and belly seam.
Dimensions: H: 11".

514-217 - SOLD




Pewter Plate, Samuel Hamlin
Jacobs 158 - SOLD



(Dimensions: 9.25" diameter.)

904-13 - SOLD




Pewter Plate, Richard Lee (1788 to 1820) or Richard Lee Jr. (1795 to 1816)
Springfield, Vermont (Also, Massachusetts and New Hampshire)
Jacobs 199 - SOLD



See Magazine Antiques, May 1928, Richard Lee, Pewterer by Harold Rugg
(Dimensions: 8" diameter.)

904-16 - SOLD




A Very Good "IC" Porringer with Coronet Ear - SOLD



This 4 5/8-inch porringer has a crown handle.

806-30 - SOLD




Pewter Broad Rim Deep Dish
Northern Europe
Late 17th Century - SOLD



Dimensions: 11" diameter.

843-160 - SOLD




Pair of Pewter Plates with Wriggle Thistle Design
By Samuel Ellis of London
Circa 1750 - SOLD



Dimensions of both: 9.75-inch diameter.

657-37 - SOLD




Dutch or Flemish Pewter Charger with Wrigglework Decoration
Circa 1740 - SOLD



This charger has a crown over hammer mark.
Dimensions: 14.25-inch diameter.

657-35 - SOLD



If you are interested in buying any of these items, please call (978) 597-8084 or email David Hillier at drh@aaawt.com

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