London, South Kensington
22 March 2007
A GEORGE II SILVER CREAM JUG,
MARK OF HENRY HAYENS, LONDON, 1753,
Baluster form on lozenge-shaped foot, leaf-capped handle, front engraved with demi-goat rampant issuing from a coronet, rococo decoration around lip, each side with a chased panel, one depicting a pair of swans between overhanging trees, the other with a spaniel chasing a swan in flight, a bridge & water behind, 4¼ in. high (11 cm.), 4.25 oz.
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