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Two Pewter Deep Dishes, New England and London, early 19th century.

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Marlborough, Massachusetts

Two Pewter Deep Dishes, New England and London, early 19th century. One deep dish impressed with marks of Ebenezer Southmayd (Middletown, Connecticut and Castleton, Vermont, 1775-1831), and a deeper plate impressed on reverse with marks of Townsend & Compton (London, England, 1801-11) together with wiggle-work initials H.Z., all encircled by finely planished booge, largest diam. 11 7/8, ht. 1 5/8 in. Footnotes: Provenance Southmayd dish from collection of Charles V. Swain (1914-2006), Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Literature Howard Herschel Cotterell, Old Pewter (Rutland: Charles E. Tuttle Co., 1963), cat. 4800. Carl Jacobs, Guide to American Pewter (New York: McBride Company, Inc., 1957), mark no. 252. For further information on this lot please visit Bonhams.com For further information about this lot please visit the lot listing

Two Pewter Deep Dishes, New England and London, early 19th century. One deep dish impressed with marks of Ebenezer Southmayd (Middletown, Connecticut and Castleton, Vermont, 1775-1831), and a deeper plate impressed on reverse with marks of Townsend & Compton (London, England, 1801-11) together with wiggle-work initials H.Z., all encircled by finely planished booge, largest diam. 11 7/8, ht. 1 5/8 in. Footnotes: Provenance Southmayd dish from collection of Charles V. Swain (1914-2006), Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Literature Howard Herschel Cotterell, Old Pewter (Rutland: Charles E. Tuttle Co., 1963), cat. 4800. Carl Jacobs, Guide to American Pewter (New York: McBride Company, Inc., 1957), mark no. 252. For further information on this lot please visit Bonhams.com For further information about this lot please visit the lot listing

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274 Cedar Hill St
Marlborough
Massachusetts
01752
United States
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Tags: Pewter, Metal Plate, Dish, Plate