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GEORGIAN ENGLISH STERLING SILVER TABLE ARTICLES, LOT OF TWO

GEORGIAN ENGLISH STERLING SILVER TABLE ARTICLES, LOT OF TWO

Item Description:

GEORGIAN ENGLISH STERLING SILVER TABLE ARTICLES, LOT OF TWO, comprising a sauceboat having shaped rim, a flying double-scrolled handle, and three curved feet with decorative knees, and a muffineer topped by reticulated cap with engraved accents. Sauceboat with worn illegible maker's mark and three hallmarks of a lion passant for sterling fineness, a crowned leopard's head city mark for London, and a worn "i" or "l" mark for 1744 or 1746, muffineer with "SW" maker's mark for Samuel Wood and three hallmarks of a lion passant, a crowned leopard's head, and a "C" date mark for 1758. Total weight: 12.825 ozt. Mid 18th century.

Condition:

Very good to fine overall condition with some wear and surface scratches, minor/small dents and nicks; sauce boat with a repair to terminal of handle at rim, possible one or two other repairs.

Provenance:

From the estate of Commander Buryl and Nelwyn Kay, McLean, VA.

Dimensions:

4 1/8" and 6 5/8" HOA.

AUCTION
$ 100.00 ( Low est. )
Lot 1510 in 37th Semi-Annual Americana & Fine Antiques Auction - Day Two
AUCTION DATE: Nov 16, 2019 at 9:30am EST

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