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George III Soup Tureen with Cover and Stand

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maker's mark of Edward Wakelin; John Parker I, George III Soup Tureen with Cover and Stand, 1761 (tureen and cover); 1773 (stand), silver, Museum Purchase: The William H. Nunn Trust Fund, established in memory of his wife, Alice B. Nunn, public domain, 2000.25A-D

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Title

George III Soup Tureen with Cover and Stand

Artist

John Parker I (English, 1734-1796)

Edward Wakelin (English, active 1730-1766)

Date

1761 (tureen and cover); 1773 (stand)

Medium

silver

Dimensions (H x W x D)

11 in x 13 3/4 in x 22 1/4 in

Inscriptions & Markings

control mark: French import control mark for dates 1864-1893, Tureen under base; stand

inscription: Tureen: No. 2 144 = 1; the interior below rim: *2; Cover: The flange engraved *2; Stand: The underside engraved 104 = 18 and with faint scratching 104 14.

signature/maker's mark: John Parker I and Edward Wakelin (Grimwade no. 1602), hallmarks for London, the tureen and cover 1761, the stand 1773

Collection Area

Western Decorative Art

Category

Silver

Object Type

tureen

Culture

English

Credit Line

Museum Purchase: The William H. Nunn Trust Fund, established in memory of his wife, Alice B. Nunn

Accession Number

2000.25A-D

Copyright

public domain

Terms

coats of arms

Rococo

silver

tureens

Location

Belluschi Building

Hirsch Wing

2nd Floor

Anne K. Millis Galleries

Description

Tureen and Cover Hallmarks: London, 1761 Stand Hallmarks: London, 1773

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