An extremely fine George III Bowl made in London in 1804 by Thomas Robinson I.
An extremely fine George III Bowl made in London in 1804 by Thomas Robinson I.
An extremely fine George III Bowl made in London in 1804 by Thomas Robinson I.
An extremely fine George III Bowl made in London in 1804 by Thomas Robinson I.
An extremely fine George III Bowl made in London in 1804 by Thomas Robinson I.
An extremely fine George III Bowl made in London in 1804 by Thomas Robinson I.

An extremely fine George III Bowl made in London in 1804 by Thomas Robinson I.

1804 London

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The Bowl stands on a stepped circular foot with a gadrooned edge, which is engraved with various prick dot bands. The main body is decorated with a wide lower band of lobing and rises to a gadrooned everted rim. The upper section is also engraved with various prick dot bands in addition to a contemporary Crest, on one side, and a Coronet on the other. This piece was most probably made for fruit, however it could be used for a variety of purposes and would look decorative, on the table, when not in use. The Bowl is in excellent condition and is of the finest quality. Thomas Robinson I was a quality silversmith who had workshops at 25, Red Lion Street, Clerkenwell, when this bowl was made.

Height: 4 inches, 10cm.
Diameter at the rim: 7 inches, 17.5cm.
Weight: 15oz.
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