A George III silver-gilt Bowl on Stand
A George III silver-gilt Bowl on Stand
A George III silver-gilt Bowl on Stand
A George III silver-gilt Bowl on Stand

THOMAS PITTS (1737-1793)

A George III silver-gilt Bowl on Stand

1798 London

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Each circular with pierced rim between beaded borders, the bowl engraved with a coat-of-arms.

The arms are those of Taylor, for Sir John Taylor, F.R.S., 1st Bt., (1745-1788), of Lysson Hall, Jamaica. He married Elizabeth Gooden, daughter and heir of Philip Houghton of Jamaica.

Taylor was created a baronet in 1778. He was succeeded by his son Sir Simon Richard Brissett Taylor (b. 1783) as the second baronet but he died without issue in 1815 and title became extinct
Dimensions
Diameter 23.40 (9.21 inches)
Weight 691.00g (22.22oz t)
Stock Code
19966.2
Medium
Silver-gilt with glass liner
Signed/Inscribed
London 1798
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