17 November 2009
A GEORGE II SILVER COFFEE-JUG
MARK OF FREDERICK KANDLER, LONDON, 1726
Fluted baluster and on stepped foot, the lower body, rim and hinged cover each engraved with diaperwork and foliage, the beak spout similarly engraved, with wood handle, engraved with the Royal arms and initials 'G R', marked under foot and on cover bezel, engraved underneath with a scratchweight '24=2'
8½ in. (21.5 cm.) high
gross weight 23 oz. (704 gr.)
The Royal arms are those of George II (r.1727-1760).
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