A QUEEN ANNE SILVER CAUDLE CUP, maker's mark of Benjamin Pyne, London, 1702, of typical form, the lower body chased with alternate concave and convex swirled flutes, with scalloped and punched foliate band above, one side engraved with T over R * E, the other side with ducal coronet and crest, with two multi-scroll handles--3¾in. (9.5cm.) high, 7.5oz.

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A QUEEN ANNE SILVER CAUDLE CUP, maker's mark of Benjamin Pyne, London, 1702, of typical form, the lower body chased with alternate concave and convex swirled flutes, with scalloped and punched foliate band above, one side engraved with T over R * E, the other side with ducal coronet and crest, with two multi-scroll handles--3¾in. (9.5cm.) high, 7.5oz.
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