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Lot 1119271 Details

Description
A hand hammered ewer with gadrooned foot, beaded rim, etched wreath, and scrolling handle, marked for London, 1785, with an illegible makers mark; an octagonal mustard pot, hinged cover with shell thumb latch, pierced sides, etched foliate, wreath, and geometric decoration, marked for London, 1879, by Henry Holland, with cobalt glass fitted liner; a mustard spoon with gold wash bowl, marked for London, 1804, by Richard Crosley, also with rampant lion crest on the terminal.

Dimensions: The ewer is 4" from handle to lip, 5 1/4" in height; the mustard pot is 4" x 2 1/4", 3 3/4" in height; the spoon is 4 1/4" long. The total combined approximate weight of the sterling is 7 troy ounces.

Provenance: From a Main Line collection.
Condition
The cobalt glass liner has a 1/4" x 1/8" chip to the side. Otherwise good with expected wear.
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Sterling Silver Tableware, Georgian and Victorian

Estimate $250 - $350Nov 18, 2019
Starting Price $100
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