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Maker:  Crespin, Paul (1694-1770)


Crespin, Paul, 1694-1770: A circular silver salver used as an alms dish or paten with shaped gadrooned rim and wheat and vine border, on vine feet, the centre engraved with the Holy Dove and the back with the arms of the 2nd Duke of Portland; 1758, 28.6cm. diameter. constitute a communion service almost certainly all by Paul Crespin, 1758, although only the paten is fully marked.

ID:  10158

Currently kept at: Welbeck Abbey



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