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Paten Salver

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Courtesey of the Bishop of Birmingham

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Basic Information

Accession Number:1937L1.5
Collection:Applied Art - Silver
Date:1774 - 1775

Maker Information

Manufacturer:Boulton & Fothergill - View history

Notes

This standing paten was made at the Soho Manufactory owned by Birmingham industrialist Matthew Boulton (1728-1809). Boulton was the most ambitious silversmith in 18th century Birmingham, whose best works rivalled those of his London competitors.

On loan from Bishop of Birmingham.

Further Information

Production Period:18th century
School/Style:Neo-classical
Material(s):Silver
Place of Origin:Birmingham, England

Dimensions

Diameter:215 mm

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