A pint tulip-shaped mug
Lot 13
A pint tulip-shaped mug
Sold for £150 (US$ 252) inc. premium
Auction Details
Lot Details
A pint tulip-shaped mug
Bearing touchmark and hallmarks of Thomas Phillips I, London, (w.1795-1849), (PS 1343), the drum engraved G Cowdery Red Lion Chinner, also with George IV London verification, and double-curve handle with fish-tail terminal, height 12.3cm; together with a pre-Imperial half-pint tulip-shaped mug, hallmarks to rim of Susannah Cocks, London, (w.1820-1847) (PS 1779), crowned WR mark also to rim, the double-curve handle with drop terminal, height 9.3cm (2)


  • There is still a pub called the Red Lion in Chinnor today.
  1. David Houlston
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    Oxford, OX5 1JH
    United Kingdom
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