Maker’s mark of Samuel Jeffreys
Length: 13.7 cm, 5 3/8 in.
Weight: 311 g, 10 oz
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Acquired from S.J. Phillips Ltd., London, 1988.
Son of James Jeffreys of Old Artillery Ground belonging to threw Tower of London. He was apprenticed to William Gamble 26th October 1688 and was Free, 13th November 1695. His hallmark was entered as a largeworker circa 1697 on commencement of the register at the Goldsmiths Hall. His address is listed as Near Wapping Old Stairs until 1731.Description
Of fluted shell form, the wells engraved with a crest, the undersides engraved with a second crest, marked to undersides.
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