Maker's mark of Edward Feline
Weight: 28 oz (870 g)
Length: 7 ½ in (19 cm)
The crest is that of Bate(s) of Suffolk and Sussex.
Son of Peter 'Fellen' of St. Martin's in the Fields tailor, apprenticed to Augustine Courtauld 31 March 1709. Free, 6 April 1721. An 'Edwards Pheline' married, 21 April 1720, Renee Barbut of the parish of St. Martin's, daughter of John Barbut (q.v.), at West Street Huguenot Church, to which 'Edward Feline' signs as witness. Two marks (Sterling and New Standard) entered as largeworker, 25 September 1720. Address: Rose Street, Covent Garden. Third mark, 15 June 1739. Address: King Street, Covent Garden. Livery, April 1731. His son Edward was apprenticed to him 3 April 1745. Feline was presumably dead by 15 May 1753, when his widow Magdalen entered her first mark, at the same address.Description
Part fluted oval form, with a wavy rim border, leaf capped scroll handle, the whole on three lion mask and paw feet, engraved with a crest.
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