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Footed salver

Artist

John Coney

Date

c. 1702

Institution Minneapolis Institute of Arts
Location On view at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts, G350
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Medium: Decorative Arts and Utilitarian Objects, Metalwork | Silver
Size: 2 1/2 x 9 5/8 in. (6.4 x 24.45 cm)
Creation Place: North America, United States, Massachusetts, Boston
Culture: North America, United States, Massachusetts
Style: 17th-18th century
Inscriptions: MarkEngraved in the center is the coat of arms of Dudley, for Governor Joseph Dudley. <IC> in shieldMaker's mark struck once on upper surface.
Physical Description: footed salver with gadrooned rim and foot; engraved Dudley coat-of-arms; fleur-de-lis mark with circle in a heart on top beneath coat-of-arms; mark rare after 1705, so paten probably dates before that time
Credit: Collection Minneapolis Institute of Arts; Gift of James F. and Louise H. Bell
Accession Number: 33.5
Artist: John Coney, American, 1656-1722
Role: Silversmith
Nationality: American
Life Dates: American, 1656-1722
Added to Site: February 28, 2009