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George Wickes, 1698-1761, Royal Goldsmith. New York: Rizzoli, 1980. B&W Illustrations. Slight mildew spotting on gray cloth ISBN: 0847803260 (Wickes, George, Goldsmiths, Biography). Small 4to. 210 pages. Other Products from hartmannbooks (View All). Scheuerle, William H. The Neglected Brother: A Study of Henry Kingsley.
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George Wickes (baptised 7 July 1698 – 31 August 1761) was an English silversmith who in 1735 founded the company that was to become Garrard & Co. George Wickes was born in Bury St. Edmunds, England on 7 July 1698, the eighth of ten children born. Edmunds, England on 7 July 1698, the eighth of ten children born to James and Dorothy Burton Wickes. His father was an upholder or upholsterer by trade
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Attributed to George Wickes (1698-1761). Candlestick circa 1740. Although these candlesticks are unmarked it is likely that they were produced by the goldsmith to Frederick, Prince of Wales, George Wickes. Attributed to George Wickes (1698-1761). They are described in the historic inventories as 'candlesticks for card tables'.