Four Exceptional Graduated George II Meat Dishes

PETER ARCHAMBO (worked 1747-1768)

Four Exceptional Graduated George II Meat Dishes

1752 to 1753 United Kingdom

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A set pf four George II graduated meat dishes, London 1752-3 Maker's mark of Peter Archambo & Peter Meure. The smaller pair 1752 by Peter Archambo, the larger pair 1753 by Archambo & Meure.
Each bearing the coat-of-arms of Henry 1st Earl Conyngham, 1st Baron Conygnnham, Vice Admiral of Ulster Governor of Donegal.
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Each bearing the coat-of-arms of Henry 1st Earl Conyngham, 1st Baron Conygnnham, Vice Admiral of Ulster Governor of Donegal. Henry, (1705-1781), was a member of both the Irish House of Commons and the British House of Commons and served as Vice-Admiral of Ulster and as Governor of the counties of Donegal and Londonderry. In 1753 he was raised to the Peerage of Ireland as Baron Conyngham, of Mount Charles in the County of Donegal, and in 1756 he was created Viscount Conyngham, in Ireland, also in the Peerage of Ireland. In 1781 he was made Baron Conyngham, of Mount Charles in the County of Donegal, with remainder to his nephew Francis Burton, and Earl Conyngham, of Mount Charles in the County of Donegal, which like the creations of 1753 and 1756 was created with normal remainder to the heirs male of his body. The latter titles were also in the Peerage of Ireland. Lord Conyngham was childless and on his death in 1781 the barony of 1753, the viscountcy and earldom became extinct.
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Weight 3040.00g (97.75oz t)
Stock Code
22565.1A1
Medium
Silver
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