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Victorian silver brandy pan London 1856

 
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Victorian silver brandy pan London 1856

Item Victorian silver brandy pan London 1856
Description Maker Houle & Houle - Hallmarked London 1856. Showing the crest of the Baron Venables of Kinderton next to a crown. Crest: Venables of Kinderton, Chesh, a wyvern with wings addorsed gu, on a fish-weir devouring a child and pierced through the neck by an arrow all ppr. (Fairburns Crests)

Freedom: Vintners' Company and City of London, 4 February 1807, when at Garden Court, St.Giles. He went on the Livery on the recommendation of William Marriott 14 April 1818 when a silversmith of Red Lion Street, Clerkenwell. Shown as such in the quarterage books until his death 13 October 1850.
Mark: 10 April 1811 as plateworker.
Trade: Silversmith.

Family: Son of John Houle of New Street Square, London, chaser. John Houle jnr went into business with two of his sons:
Daniel John, free by patrimony of the Vintners' Company 3 March 1841 when he was a silversmith of 24 Red Lion Street Clerkenwell, his father's address. On a list of free Vintners it gives the date of his freedom as 3 March 1839 and his abode as 26 Stock Orchard Villas, Caledonian Road, Holloway. He went on the Livery 25 June 1841.
Charles Houle, free by patrimony of the Vintners' Company 1 September 1841 when he was also shown as a silversmith of 24 Red Lion Stret, Clerkenwell.

Measurement Length 22 cms, 9 troy ozs
Condition Very good
Price GBP £795
Stock no SN. BP1
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