Get the latest and greatest antiques in your inbox. Join our newsletter.

Scottish Interest A Large Pewter Alm/bread Dish Made For Greyfriars Church Edinburgh in 1722


"Scottish Interest A Large Pewter Alm/bread Dish Made For Greyfriars Church Edinburgh in 1722"
Scottish Interest A Large Pewter Alm/Bread Dish Made For Greyfriars Church 1722
This historical important alm dish is engraved with the text: For The Waster Gray Frieirs Kirk 1722, indistinctly stamped for the Pewterer Thomas Inglis Edinburgh 1686-1732
This dish is made for the opening of the new part of the church which opened in 1722.
A similar dish is in the collection of the National Museum of Scotland and stamped for John Shorey II London 1708-1732 and a third dish is in the collection of the Stirling Smith Art Gallery and Museum, in the Neish collectionand has no Pewterer stamps.
In very good original condition with beautiful original old patination no cracks or repairs
46cm diameter.
Price : $5,500
Artist : For The Waster Gray Frierirs Kirk 1722, Indistinctly Stamped For The Pewterer Thomas Inglis Edinburgh 1686-1732
Period: 18th century
Style: Georgian
Condition : In very good original condition with beautiful original patination

Material : Pewter
Diameter : 46

Reference : 278
Contact Seller
line

"Koos Limburg Jnr" more objects from this seller

line

"Other Decorative Objects, Georgian"

similar objects on Dexileos.com
NEWSLETTER
Receive antiques, art & beauty in your emails
FOLLOW US
facebook