M. FORD CREECH ANTIQUES & FINE ARTS
GEORGE III 2-PART Silver Wine Funnel
Stephen Adams I, London, 1790
GEORGE III SCOTTISH SILVER WINE FUNNEL STAND
Edward Livingstone of Dundee, Edinburgh, c 1800
The funnel with slightly ogee bowl with reeded rim and star-shaped piercing sided by a shell tang,
engraved with conjoined contemporary script initials MCH;
the curved spout with reeding to upper rim and spout; fully marked to the rim;
the spout with partially rubbed maker's mark, lion passant and George III
The mark SA without a pellet, Jackson's Revised, p.222
Condition : Excellent with light wear to the body and marks
5.5" High x 3.5" Diameter / 3.5 oz.
The funnel well fitted to the associated Scottish silver funnel stand,
the stand of circular form with domed center and reeded rim,
marked to the underside with provincial maker's mark (partially struck but legible),
thistle, and George III duty mark.
Edward Livingstone of Dundee was active 1794-1824.
Wine funnel stands were designed to catch any residue left in the funnel from decanting.
It is said most stands were made in Edinburgh, some in Dublin and even less in London.
Some are flat, and some domed, as the above.
Condition : Excellent with minor wear appropriate to age and usage
3-15/16" Diameter / 1.5 oz.
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