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A SET OF FOUR EDWARD VII SILVER HOT-WATER JUGS
PROPERTY FROM THE PORTLAND COLLECTION (LOTS 397-485)
A SET OF FOUR EDWARD VII SILVER HOT-WATER JUGS

MARK OF HERBERT CHARLES LAMBERT, LONDON, 1904

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A SET OF FOUR EDWARD VII SILVER HOT-WATER JUGS
MARK OF HERBERT CHARLES LAMBERT, LONDON, 1904
Each octagonal on spreading foot, with baluster finials, engraved with two coats-of-arms accolé below duke's coronet, marked near handle and inside cover
6 7/8 in. (17.4 cm.) high
gross weight 32 oz. (1,005 gr.)
The arms are those of Bentinck quartering Cavendish accolé with Dallas quartering Yorke and others, for William Cavendish-Bentinck, 6th Duke of Portland (1857-1943) and his wife Winifred (1863-1954), only daughter of Thomas Yorke Dallas-Yorke of Walmsgate, co. Lincoln, whom he married in 1889. (4)

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