Lot 653    

Joseph Danforth Pewter Plate, Plus
10/11/2014 - Fine and Decorative Art : Live Salesroom Auction
Joseph Danforth (American, active 1780-1788). A circular pewter plate with a single-reeded brim, the underside stamped with two partially obscured lion-in-gateway touch marks above I.D mark and another obscured mark, PLUS a pewter plate stamped with an obscured gateway touch mark, PLUS a shallow pewter basin bearing a partially obscured Danforth touchmark, PLUS a group of unmarked pewter tableware including three teapots, a lidded sugar bowl, a creamer, a syrup pitcher, and a beaker; ht. of tallest (sugar bowl) 7.75 in.

Some light wear consistent with use.
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