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A2617 Dish, pewter, Burgum & Catcott, Bristol, England, 1767. Click to enlarge.

Pewter dish by Burgum & Catcott

Made
Large circular pewter plate with enrgraved inscription to rim: 'The gift of Henry and Betty Burgum to Sarah Batt on her marriage with James Gaite at Flax-Bourton, Somerset, the 6th Day of September, 1767.'

Summary

Object No.

A2617

Object Statement

Dish, pewter, Burgum & Catcott, Bristol, England, 1767

Physical Description

Large circular pewter plate with enrgraved inscription to rim: 'The gift of Henry and Betty Burgum to Sarah Batt on her marriage with James Gaite at Flax-Bourton, Somerset, the 6th Day of September, 1767.'

Dimensions

Height

40 mm

Width

560 mm

Depth

560 mm

Source

Credit Line

Gift of JS Gaite, 1926

Acquisition Date

4 May 1926

Cite this Object

Harvard

Pewter dish by Burgum & Catcott 2021, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 14 May 2021, <https://ma.as/175502>

Wikipedia

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