The fields struck with hallmarks (lion's head erased, Britannia, date letter for 1713-14) and with maker's mark of Simon Pantin I.
Made for Sir Henry Fetherstonhaugh, Bt (1654-1746); after his death, by descent to his heirs at Uppark, Sussex, until after 1910. By 1978, Hoschild Collection; November 30, 1978, Hochschild Collection sold at Sotheby's, London, lot 86. By 1987, the British Rail Pension Fund; November 19, 1987, sold by the British Rail Pension Fund sale, at Sotheby's, London, lot 48. Spink & Son Ltd, London; By 1996, most probably sold by Spink & Son to Alan and Simone Hartman, New York, NY; 2001, gift of Alan and Simone Hartman. (Accession date: February 21, 2001)
Gift of Alan and Simone Hartman and Harriet J. Bradbury Fund