A George III  , silver mustard pot by Fuller White, London 1803  (13)
Lot 366
A George III silver mustard pot by Fuller White, London 1803; together with a quantity of other items (13)
Sold for £250 (US$ 420) inc. premium
Lot Details
A George III silver mustard pot
by Fuller White, London 1803
Cylindrical form with hinged dome lid and bifurcated thumbpiece, beaded borders and pierced slat sides with vacant reserve, scroll handle, blue glass liner height 8.5cm; together with a George III helmet cream jug, by Charles Chesterman II, London 1780, with beaded borders, an Edwardian mustard pot, Chester 1906, oval form with pierced sides and blue glass liner, initialled, a Victorian scent bottle, by Sampson Mordan & Co, London 1881, cylindrical form with hinged cover, profusely engraved with scroll foliate, initialled, height 5.5cm, two Fiddle pattern salt spoons, London 1851, gilt bowls, monogrammed, a set of six silver tea glass holders, Birmingham 1912, pierced scrolling foliate with clear glass liners, together with a matched electroplated circular tray, diameter 25.4cm, weight of weighable silver 16.5oz. (13)
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