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John Pero, a son of John Pero of St. Botolph Without Aldersgate, London, and his wife Jane, was apprenticed to Thomas Farren on 30 June 1709. He became free in 1717 and entered his first mark on 24 August the same year. Recent research by Karel Citroen suggests that he may have been related to the Amsterdam goldsmith Daniel Perault (circa 1710), and Guillaume Pereau (1722), goldsmith and citizen of the same city

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JOHN PERO (c.1694-1741)
A Georgian Geometric Wonder
A George I Salver, London 1718, Maker's mark of John Pero. Octafoil, with scalloped molded rim, on four tab feet, the field engraved with a coat-of...
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