London, South Kensington
30 November 2007
A GEORGE III CHANNEL ISLANDS SILVER TWO-HANDLED CUP,
MARK OF JACQUES LIMBOUR, JERSEY, CIRCA 1770,
Maker's mark only struck 4 times to base, of squat form with scroll handles & applied, ribbed girdle, inscribed around foot "D.A.E.O.R. Pr. M.P.P.", 4 in. high (10 cm.), 4¼ in. diameter (11 cm.), 9 oz.
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