Andrew Fogelberg was a Swedish born silversmith (born about 1732; died about 1815), who was established in London by the 1770s. His Church Street workshop was near that of the gem engraver and modeller James Tassie (1735-1799), and it is probable that he relied directly on Tassie’s glass paste reproductions of classical gemstones for his models.
Working either alone or in partnership with Stephen Gilbert, Fogelberg made silver which can be distinguished by its high quality of workmanship and an elegant, restrained classicism. Reference: The Victoria and Albert Museum
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