In the employ of Royal Doulton China from 1880-1909. Painter of Landscapes, animals and fish. It was he who painted a dessert service presented to Queen Victoria on her Diamond Jubilee by Princess Louise.
Considered the greatest colonial silversmith, from the superior quality of his work, Edward Winslow was born in America, the grandson of John Winslow who came to this country in the ship Fortune in 1621. Winslow's first wife, Hannah Moody, was the daughter of Rev. Joshua Moody of the First Church of Boston. Winslow became a freeman in 1702 and, in addition to silversmithing, found time to be very active in civic affairs in Boston. Between 1699 and 1715 he served as constable, tithingman,...