The Johnston Collection

WHAT IS GEORGIAN SILVER? with Jolyon Warwick James

This lecture is presented on-site at The Johnston Collection. Please see your ticket for details.

Panels, Lectures & Ideas

Event Details

Category

Panels, Lectures & Ideas

Event Starts

Nov 10, 2022

Event Ends

Nov 10, 2022

Venue

The Johnston Collection

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Please see your ticket for details.

This lecture covers the period of English silver from the accession of George I (1714) to the demise of George IV (1830). It adds meaning to the ambiguous expression “Georgian Silver”, which covers more than a century and many varied and contrasting styles.

The lecture is an enjoyable visual journey coming to an understanding of those styles.  Despite the title, Republicans will not be offended.

JOLYON WARWICK JAMES  was born and educated in England. An independent silver professional, he is an Honorary Associate of MAAS (Sydney), Government approved valuer under the Cultural Gifts Program, and President of the Silver Society of Australia. In London Jolyon is a member of LAPADA, a Freeman of the Worshipful Company of Goldsmiths and Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries.

WARWICK JAMES of Jolyon Warwick James Antique Silver is Sydney based silver consultant, historian & valuerjolyonwjames@gmail.com | jolyonwjames.com

This lecture is supported by The Colin Holden Charitable Trust.

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