Quality Silver - Sensible Prices. Earing clear Britannia Standard hallmarks for London 1706 with the distinctive "Lo" with key above maker's mark of Nathaniel Lock, this charming silver porringer would have been given as a child's christening gift as indicated by the late 18th century script engraved initials to the cartouche and also as an early 20th century Christmas gift as shown to the underside of the base with further script initials and the date "Christmas 1912". This is a very competitively priced Queen Anne period silver porringer or caudle cup and benefits from being in fine condition with neither damage nor repairs, however there are some scratches to the base of the inside. Britannia is the more pure form of silver compared to Sterling 925 standard.Its use was compulsory in England between 1697 and 1720. Please view our specialist site for. A further large selection of fine quality Victorian, Georgian and earlier silver. Cm (2.5") high; 8.4cm (3.3") diameter; approx.
12cm (4.7) wide incl. Full set of English hallmarks (guaranteeing Britannia 958 standard silver) for London 1706 by. Please do not hesitate to contact me with any further questions. We have been dealing in antique silver for 25 years and supply some of the UK's leading retail outlets with top quality stock. We enjoy a strong reputation for honesty and integrity and never sell second rate items.As leading specialists in the field of fine antique silver, we have two sites. Explains the impact of the recent high metal prices on antique sterling silver and explains how to best take advantage of the situation. The item "Queen Anne SILVER CAUDLE CUP PORRINGER, London 1706 by Nathaniel Lock BRITANNIA" is in sale since Tuesday, December 3, 2019. This item is in the category "Antiques\Silver\Solid Silver\Bowls". The seller is "sunbeau" and is located in Royal Forest of Dean. This item can be shipped worldwide.