Exhibitors

J.H. Bourdon-Smith Ltd

Stand B41

An Epergne made in London 1787 by William Pitts, a prominent supplier of Epergnes in the second half the eighteenth century. The Epergne stands 16.8” (42cm) high, measures 26” (66 cm) long, 18.5” (47cm) wide and weighs 133.2oz (3777g)

An Epergne made in London 1787 by William Pitts, a prominent supplier of Epergnes in the second half the eighteenth century. The Epergne stands 16.8” (42cm) high, measures 26” (66 cm) long, 18.5” (47cm) wide and weighs 133.2oz (3777g)

A fine set of four George III boat-shaped Sauce Tureens, with reeded bases, leaf-capped strap handles, reeded finials to covers, engraved on each body and cover with the crest and armorials for Sir John Barrington, 9th Baronet of Barrington Hall, Essex. Each measuring 9.4” (24cm) over handles, weight of set 89.2oz, (2775g). Hallmarked London 1796, maker Robert Sharp

A fine set of four George III boat-shaped Sauce Tureens, with reeded bases, leaf-capped strap handles, reeded finials to covers, engraved on each body and cover with the crest and armorials for Sir John Barrington, 9th Baronet of Barrington Hall, Essex. Each measuring 9.4” (24cm) over handles, weight of set 89.2oz, (2775g). Hallmarked London 1796, maker Robert Sharp

A fine and exceptionally heavy pair of late George III Entree Dishes with cover, shaped rectangular gadroon borders, bold leaf and shell corners, naturalistic handles with acorn and oak-leaf mounts, engraved with armorial and crests, probably for Sir John Delves Broughton, 7th Baronet. Measuring 12.2” (31cm) by 9.5” (24 cm) across dishes, weight of pair 157oz (4889g). Hallmarked London 1819, maker Paul Storr

A fine and exceptionally heavy pair of late George III Entree Dishes with cover, shaped rectangular gadroon borders, bold leaf and shell corners, naturalistic handles with acorn and oak-leaf mounts, engraved with armorial and crests, probably for Sir John Delves Broughton, 7th Baronet. Measuring 12.2” (31cm) by 9.5” (24 cm) across dishes, weight of pair 157oz (4889g). Hallmarked London 1819, maker Paul Storr

Left to Right: A scarce English 4 knop Wine Glass, c.1760-70, excellent quality and colour. An extremely rare English Silesian stemmed “Royalist” Goblet, c.1715-1725; with panel molded stem bearing 6 four sided stars at the shoulder of the knop. The Royal coat of arms is engraved with strength and confidence and is typically English in its interpretation and execution. The Glass is beautifully proportioned and is engraved on the folded foot with a wreath of vine. A rare English Mead Coin Glass, c.1711, the cup shaped bowl over a hollow knop sided by annulations and holding a 1711 coin, above an inverted baluster with tear and basal knop on a folded foot. An English Mead Glass c.1720. Lovely inverted form to the bowl with strong gadrooned molding to the bottom of the bowl. Double ring shoulder knop on a long plain stem with basal knop and a generous folded foot. Beautiful colour and finish to the metal. A scarce English Mead Coin Glass c.1690-1700; this rare Mead Glass contains a Charles II groat in its stem. The generous bowl with gadrooned bottom all on an inverted baluster hollow stem on a folded foot. Provenance: The Meyer Collection, 2013. The Dr. Light Collection, 1970.

Left to Right:
A scarce English 4 knop Wine Glass, c.1760-70, excellent quality and colour.

An extremely rare English Silesian stemmed “Royalist” Goblet, c.1715-1725; with panel molded stem bearing 6 four sided stars at the shoulder of the knop. The Royal coat of arms is engraved with strength and confidence and is typically English in its interpretation and execution. The Glass is beautifully proportioned and is engraved on the folded foot with a wreath of vine.

A rare English Mead Coin Glass, c.1711, the cup shaped bowl over a hollow knop sided by annulations and holding
a 1711 coin, above an inverted baluster with tear and basal knop on a folded foot.

An English Mead Glass c.1720. Lovely inverted form to the bowl with strong gadrooned molding to the bottom of
the bowl. Double ring shoulder knop on a long plain stem with basal knop and a generous folded foot. Beautiful
colour and finish to the metal.

A scarce English Mead Coin Glass c.1690-1700; this rare Mead Glass contains a Charles II groat in its stem.
The generous bowl with gadrooned bottom all on an inverted baluster hollow stem on a folded foot. Provenance:
The Meyer Collection, 2013. The Dr. Light Collection, 1970.

We specialise in top- quality Collector’s English, Scottish and Irish Silver and Drinking Glasses from the 16th to 18th Century in fine condition and with historical interest.

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24 Mason's Yard
St James's
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