A Pair of Queen Anne Wine Coolers

LEWIS METTAYER (worked 1700-1735)

A Pair of Queen Anne Wine Coolers

1714 England

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The arms are those of Paul Meuthen (1672 – 1757), a family of German origin. Sir Paul Meuthen was the son of John Meuthen (1650-1706), an English diplomat who negotiated an important trade treaty between England and Portugal in 1703.

A pair of identical silver wine coolers, hallmarked London 1711 by David Willaume I, from the collection of Diethelm Höner, were sold at Sotheby’s New York, 18 October 2001, lot 123. They were made for Thomas Wentworth, 1st Count of Strafford.
Michael Clayton, The Collector’s Dictionary of the Silver and Gold of Great Britain and North America. Pl 723


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Dimensions
Height 23.00 cm (9.06 inches)
External Width 29.00 cm (11.42 inches)
Diameter 22.50 (8.86 inches)
Weight 7160.00g (230.23oz t)
Stock Code
20383.1
Medium
Silver
Signed/Inscribed
London 1714
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