George I Irish Sterling Silver Strawberry Dish
David King, Dublin, 1719
Altered from a tazza, the circular fluted body with notched rim, with engraved heraldic crest to the center. Diameter 12 1/2 inches (31.5 cm), approximately 38 ounces.
The Arms are those of Temple of Waterstown, County Westmeath impaling those of Jephson of Mallow.
Another tazza by David King dated 1701 with the same arms sold Christie's New York, April 1996.
C Property from a Pennsylvania Collection
Additional Notes & Condition Report
This bowl began life as a tazza and is now lacking the central foot and has been reshaped and reworked.
Marked to side of body; arms at centre with light wear; ever so slightly out of round; good gauge
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