Silver and Glass
Maker’s mark of John Dyer
Height: 23 cm, 9 in.
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He entered his first mark at the Goldsmiths Hall in 1836 from Bath Street, from Red Lion Street in 1837 and from Gloucester Street in 1841, all as a watch case maker. After his death in 1851, his Widow Elizabeth Phillips continued to run the business with her son John (born 1843) as manager.Description
Rounded glass body mounted with a silver stopper and handle, the stopper levered and secured with a latch and key.
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