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A MEISSEN SILVER-MOUNTED BALUSTER MUSTARD-POT AND COVER
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A MEISSEN SILVER-MOUNTED BALUSTER MUSTARD-POT AND COVER

CIRCA 1740-42, BLUE CROSSED SWORDS MARK, GILDER'S C. TO BASE AND COVER, THE CONTEMPORARY FRENCH SILVER MOUNTS WITH DECHARGE FOR 1744-50

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A MEISSEN SILVER-MOUNTED BALUSTER MUSTARD-POT AND COVER
CIRCA 1740-42, BLUE CROSSED SWORDS MARK, GILDER'S C. TO BASE AND COVER, THE CONTEMPORARY FRENCH SILVER MOUNTS WITH DECHARGE FOR 1744-50
With a bearded satyr's mask spout and a double scroll handle, one side painted with merchants on a quayside, the other with figures in parkland, within gilt diaper-pattern scrolling quatrefoil cartouches surrounded by scattered sprigs and deutsche Blumen, the cover with a continuous scene of merchants and travellers in a landscape below a richly-gilt pinecone finial (ground footrim chip, very minor wear to gilding and enamels)
6¼ in. (15.9 cm.) high

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