A GROUP OF ENGLISH SILVER TABLE ACCESSORIES,
This lot is offered without reserve. FROM THE ESTATE OF ROSALYND C. PFLAUM
A GROUP OF ENGLISH SILVER TABLE ACCESSORIES,

VARIOUS MAKER'S MARKS, LONDON, 18TH-19TH CENTURY,

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A GROUP OF ENGLISH SILVER TABLE ACCESSORIES,
VARIOUS MAKER'S MARKS, LONDON, 18TH-19TH CENTURY,
each fully marked, comprising a cream jug repousse with foliate ground and three lion-head terminals above paw feet supports, maker's mark indistinct, 1737; a child's cup with later inscription, Benjamin West, 1744; a small tankard with scroll handle and footed base, maker's mark '*K', 1774; a double handle trophy cup with beaded rim, maker's mark indistinct, probably 1776; a tea caddy incised with panels of foliate ground, maker's mark 'I.R', 1785; an oval sugar basket on swing handle, monogrammed, Charles Hougham, 1789; a miniature double handle trophy cup and cover incised with armorial and crest, Henry Chawner, 1789; a cup-form sugar bowl with hinged cover and loop handle, maker's mark 'A.P', 1790; and a cream jug repousse with foliate and blossoms, John James Keith, 1826
The double handle trophy cup 7 1/4in. (18.5cm.) high; 73oz. approximate gross weight
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Please note the correct piece count for this lot is eleven, not thirteen as is listed in the printed catalog.

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