A George III silver drum mustard pot by William Vincent,  London 1775  (4)
Lot 414
A George III silver drum mustard pot by William Vincent, London 1775 (4)
Sold for £812 (US$ 1,365) inc. premium
Lot Details
A George III silver drum mustard pot
by William Vincent, London 1775
The hinged lid with gadrooned border and escutcheon thumbpiece, the body pierced with roundels and swags amongst bands of slat decoration, the base with beaded rim, scroll handle and blue liner, height 6.5cm, with a later mustard spoon, by John Meek, London 1826; together with, a William IV silver mustard pot, by John Bridge, London 1831, tapering cylindrical form, the hinged cover with compressed finial, leaf-capped scroll handle, gilt interior height 8.3cm, and a small mug, by Samuel Menton, London 1777, baluster form with beaded border and scroll handle, height 8cm, weight 14oz. (4)
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