An early George III cream jug Maker's mark part worn, ?*W, London 1762
Lot 250
An early George III cream jug Maker's mark part worn, ?*W, London 1762
£200 - 300
US$ 340 - 500
Auction Details
The Sporting Sale Edinburgh
11 Nov 2010 11:00 GMT

Auction 17995
Lot Details
An early George III cream jug
Maker's mark part worn, ?*W, London 1762
Of baluster form on three hoof feet, with double scroll handle, the body embossed with a fox and hound in a forest scene, the c-scroll cartouche with later initials, height 10cm, weight 2.6oz.
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  1. Katherine Wright
    Specialist - General Ceramics and Glass
    Bonhams
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    22 Queen St
    Edinburgh, EH2 1JX
    United Kingdom
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