A George III  silver mug probably by William Cripps, London 1763; together with a collection of other items  (11)
Lot 325
A George III silver mug probably by William Cripps, London 1763; together with a collection of other items (11)
Sold for £750 (US$ 1,260) inc. premium
Lot Details
A George III silver mug
probably by William Cripps, London 1763
Baluster form, with double scroll handle, the body later chased, with gilt interior; together with a pair of loaded candlesticks, London, probably 1908, with thistle capitals and tapering stems, raised on stepped circular bases, a cased set of fruit knives and forks, by John Biggin, Sheffield 1927, with mother of pearl handles and steel blades and tines, a cased cruet set, by Henry Wigfull, Sheffield 1904, containing two salts, two peppers, a mustard and three spoons, with glass liners, two salts, a mustard and three peppers, all Birmingham 1927, height of mug 12.2cm, weight 22.5oz. (11)
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