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A Fine Mid-18th Century Pewter Dish

Having a single reeded rim around the front, and lovely clear touch marks for William Smith impressed to the reverse.

William Smith was a pewterer in York, at the beginning of the 18th century, and was closely associated with Christopher Clifton, also a York pewterer of the same date - perhaps Clifton was apprenticed to William Smith.

Smith's marks are recorded in Cotterell's 'Old Pewter, Its Makers and Marks', number 4402.

York, circa 1730.

Diameter 15 inches.

Ref 485

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