Georgian Gentleman’s Sovereign Purse
Georgian Gentleman’s Sovereign Purse
Georgian Gentleman’s Sovereign Purse

Georgian Gentleman’s Sovereign Purse

c. 1780 to c. 1800 England

Offered by Baggott Church Street Ltd

£1,250 gbp
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The clasp of foliate cut steel and inscribed GEORGE RUSHOUT. The beadwork pouch depicts to the one side a huntsman and his dog and to the reverse his quarry, a stag. All over a floral design. The gold bead pompoms, one to each side and one on the bottom. All in good order.
English, circa 1780 - 1800.
From an English private collection, probably sourced from the Spencer-Churchill Christie’s Sale at Blockley in 1965/66.
Length 4.75” (11cm) Width 3” (7.5cm)
Stock No. 1081
George Rushout was born July 1772, the son of John Rushout, 1st Baron Northwick and his wife, Rebecca, nee Bowles, and lived at Northwick Park, Nr. Blockley, Glos. George married Lady Caroline Stewart,, daughter of John Stewart, 7th Earl of Galloway in 1803, having moved to a Bowles family property, Burford House, Nr. Tenbury Wells. Becoming Rector of Burford in 1798, he changed his name by royal licence in 1817 to Rushout-Bowles. His son, George, became 3rd Baron Northwick in 1859.
Stock Code
1081
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