A George II  silver bun pepper pot possibly by William Plummer, London 1755, together with a pair of salts, a cream jug and a mustard pot (5)
Lot 176
A George II silver bun pepper pot possibly by William Plummer, London 1755, together with a pair of salts, a cream jug and a mustard pot (5)
Sold for £312 (US$ 524) inc. premium
Auction Details
Lot Details
A George II silver bun pepper pot
possibly by William Plummer, London 1755
Plain baluster form with pierced cover and spreading circular base, height 10cm, together with a pair of George II silver cauldron salts, by Richard Mills, London 1761, plain form raised on three stepped hoof feet, a George III cream jug, maker's mark '?M', London 1807, oval form with reeded rims and loop handle, the body with bright-engraved bands and cartouches, height 9.5cm and a Victorian silver mustard pot, by Charles & George Fox, London 1845, cylindrical form with gadrooned rim and angular handle, the flat-hinged cover with shell thumbpiece, the body engraved all-over with cross-hatching and dots, monogrammed, with blue glass liner, height 7cm, weight 12.5oz. (5)
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