Matthew Boulton, Birmingham, England, c1810-15




Very fine quality, of oval and shaped form, the plain field surrounded by sloping borders
with gadrooned rims interspersed with shells and acanthus leaves


Marked verso : Double Suns with faces, and a leaf mark


Condition : Excellent with usual expected knife marks to the field and normal light scratches elsewhere


Note :

Matthew Boulton was not only an important British silversmith who was active in establishing the silver assay office in Birmingham, but he was a pioneer with James Watt in the development of the steam engine, making possible the mechanization of factories and mills throughout the United Kingdom.  His techniques were also applied to minting coins, striking millions of coins for the British Royal Mint, as well as for other countries.

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21” Long x 15 3/8” High


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George III Matthew Boulton Old Sheffield Plate Meat Dish, England, c1810-15