A George I Caster

PAUL DE LAMERIE (worked from 1688-1751)

A George I Caster

1719 United Kingdom

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Octagonal and on conforming base, the detachable cover pierced with foliage scrolls and lattice work and engraved with portrait busts, with vase-shaped finial, engraved with two crests.
Presented to the Rev. Edward Serocold Pearce F.R.S. (later Pearce-Serocold) (1796-1849) by his friend Walter Arcedeckne (1797-1865) in July 1842, and then by descent.
Walter Arcedeckne (1797-1865) was the third son of Chaloner Arcedeckne of Glevering Hall, co. Suffolk. He was educated at Eton College and St. John's College Cambridge. He died in 1865, his residences listed as being in Lower Grosvenor Street and Lewes Crescent, Kempton, Brighton.

Edward Serocold Pearce F.S.A (1796-1849) was the only son of the Rev. William Serocold Pearce D.D., Master of Jesus College, Cambridge. He was educated at Eton College and both St. John's College and Jesus College, Cambridge. He was admitted to the Inner Temple in 1818 and was ordained in 1822. He became curate of St. Mary-le-Bone. He married twice, firstly in 1824 Georgina Elizabeth, the daughter of George Smith M.P. and secondly in 1842 Charlotte, daughter of Col. A. Vansittart of Shottesbroke Park. He died in 1849 and a memorial was raised in his memory in Cherry Hinton church, Cambridge.
Both attended Eton College and entered St. John's College, Cambridge in March 1814 and November 1813 respectively.
Height 21.60 cm (8.50 inches)
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