London, South Kensington
18 April 2007
A CONTINENTAL PARCEL-GILT BEAKER,
MAKER'S MARK OF SL, TOWN MARK A CLUSTER OF GRAPES (?), ALSO AN ASSAY SCRAPE, PROBABLY POLISH OR HUNGARIAN, LATE 17TH/EARLY 18TH CENTURY,
Chased with a lion, a stag & another animal amidst profuse scrollwork incorporating floral panels, gilt band around lip & centre of body, tapering sides with flared lip, (some damage), 4 in. high (10 cm.), 3 oz.
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