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Look at what I found on the Online Galleries website!
It has hallmarks for London 1854 and the makers mark of George Angell.
It is typical of his work with the exquisitely detailed rim and feet and marvellous engraving.
There is no mistaking its unique quality and design, which is sure to make it a treasured piece by any discerning collector.
This is sure to make an outstanding contribution to your collection.
The salver is in excellent condition. Please see photos for confirmation of its condition.
Dimensions in cm:
Height 34 x Width 34 x Depth 4 & Weight 35 troy oz
Dimensions in inches:
Height 13.4 x Width 13.4 x Depth 1.6 & Weight 1.09 kg
The Angell Family
Joseph Angell senior was the probably founder of Joseph Angell & Son c.1811 and operated out of 55 Compton Street Clerkenwell where he remained until 1834. He formed a partnership with his nephew John Charles Angell and entered a joint mark with him on 31st January 1831(i.e. JA over IA) and traded as Joseph & John Angell from Compton Street and had other premises at 25 Panton Street, Haymarket, London. In 1837 they were joined by Joseph Angell's (senior) son Joseph Angell (junior) and operated out of Panton Street under Angell, Son & Angell.
In June 1840 John Charles Angell left the partnership and went into business with his eldest son George and began to operate under the name John Angell & Son. The company founded by Joseph senior continued to operate under the name of Joseph Angell & Son by both Joseph senior and junior. Joseph Angell senior retired on 8th January 1848 after which Joseph Angell junior ran the company under his own name and he had premises at Compton Street (aforesaid) and a retail outlet at 10 Strand. In 1863 Joseph junior entered partnership with John Browne, operating under the name Angell & Browne but this was dissolved in January 1876 and the business name changed to Angell & Co and in 1880 is listed at 10 Strand and 14 Old Bond Street .
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