A pre-Imperial quart mug
Lot 4
A pre-Imperial quart mug
Sold for £312 (US$ 525) inc. premium
Auction Details
Lot Details
A pre-Imperial quart mug
Having a single and multiple fillets to flared drum, crowned WR mark and other verifications to collar, including Somerset County verification, the handle with lower flush attachment, stamped WR and WH to collar, indistinct maker's mark to base, height 16cm; together with a pre-Imperial quart mug, with two bands of multiple incised lines to flared drum, crowned WR to side, single-curve handle, unrecorded touchmark of H.P. to underside of base, height 15.5cm; a quart OEWS straight-sided mug, with plain drum, single-curve handle with 'hooded' ball terminal, capacity 35 fl.oz; height 14.3cm; a slightly concave-sided pint mug, unrecorded hallmarks to collar of I.G., single-fillet to drum, S-curve handle with boot-heel terminal, capacity 18 fl.oz., height 12.3cm; and a half-pint straight-sided mug, circa 1820, the body with two bands of multi-incised line decoration, touchmark inside base and hallmark to collar of Robert Stanton II, (w.1810-1842), (OP 4483, PS 8889), single-curve handle with flush terminal, height 9cm (5)
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