10 June 2010
A CHARLES II SILVER PORRINGER AND COVER
LONDON, 1676, MAKER'S MARK TM MONOGRAM
Cylindrical and on short foot, the lower body chased with acanthus foliage, with two female bust-capped scroll handles, the detachable cover chased with foliage and with a pomegranate and foliage finial, the body and cover engraved with a coat-of-arms, marked near handle and inside cover, further engraved under base with scratchweight '32=3'
9 5/8 in. (24.5 cm.) wide over handles
32 oz. (984 gr.)
The arms are those of Otway with another in pretence.
with Garrards, London, 1989.
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