GEORGE III PEWTER PLATE WITH HALLMARKS

$275.00

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Item Code: 179-782

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An antique British pewter plate, of round form with a broad flat rim and cavetto center.

Reverse shows several hallmarks and touch marks, one which is not legible, except for, “LONDON”.

We've been informed by a knowledgeable customer that this pewter plate ( chargers in English pewter are at least 18" in diameter) was made by John Townsend, London 1748-1801.Townsend along with his various partnerships, had a large export market in the Colonies and later the United States and shipped tens of thousands of pieces here.

Measures 14 ¾” in diameter.    [sl]

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