London, South Kensington
30 November 2007
A 19TH CENTURY AMERICAN SILVER WATER JUG,
MARK OF JONES, SHREVE, BROWN & CO., BOSTON, CIRCA 1854/57,
Baluster with scroll & foliate rim, the lobed sides with embossed floral sprays. leafy scroll handle, on circular foot, 13¼ in. high (33.5 cm.), 35.5 oz.
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