Thu, 16th Dec 2021 10:30

The Silver Auction

 
  Lot 464
 

A GEORGE II SILVER BEER JUG

Sold for £400


Condition Report

Images of marks available, rim knocked and misshapen, impressed around lower joint of handle, rim also knocked and misshapen, has a wobble on a flat surface, further indents and some crimping to body, further scratches, nicks and old polish

 

GEORGE II SILVER BEER JUG,
maker Fuller White, London 1739 (second version of date letter used), repousse decorated in the Rococo manner with floral swags, with C-scroll handle, with later inscription 'R. W. C. A. from C. A. T.', initialled 'C T M' to base, 14cm high, approx 359g

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