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A GEORGE I SILVER CREAM-JUG

MARK OF DAVID WILLAUME, CIRCA 1720

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A GEORGE I SILVER CREAM-JUG
MARK OF DAVID WILLAUME, CIRCA 1720
Nonagonal and on three shell and scroll feet, with beaded scroll handle terminating in stylised serpent's head, chased with panels of latticework and scrolls and engraved with a cypher below a duke's coronet, marked underneath four times with maker's mark only
3½ in. (9.2 cm.) high
7 oz. (220 gr.)
Provenance
Hilmar Reksten; Christie's London, 22 May 1991, lot 115
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