Maker’s mark of Godbehere & Wigan
Length across handles: 54 cm, 21 ¼ in.
Weight: 1560 gr., 50 oz. 3 dwt.
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Samuel Godbehere was not apprenticed in the traditional sense through the Goldsmiths’ Company, nor was he a Freeman of the Company. Godbehere entered his first mark as a plateworker in 1784 at 86 Cheapside, entering a new mark in the September of 1786 when he began his partnership with Edward Wigan. When James Bult joined the partnership in 1800 a new mark was entered, registered as Godhebere, Wigan & Co., them being described as “working goldsmiths”. Though the exact date cannot be certain, Edward Wigan apparently left this partnership in 1818 when a new mark was entered with Godbehere and Bult only – though this was short-lived, Bult himself entering his one mark in 1819.Description
Of oval form on four reeded feet with two handles. The tray with a reeded border. The flat surface engraved with bright cut foliate decoration and central coat of arms cartouche.
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