London, South Kensington
21 February 2007
A GEORGE III PROVINCIAL SILVER CREAM JUG & SUGAR BOWL
MARK OF JOHN ROBERTSON (II) & JOHN WALTON, NEWCASTLE, CIRCA 1815
Bellied oblong on ball feet, tongue borders, moulded girdle engraved with flowers & scrolling foliage on stippled ground, fluted handles terminating in scrolls imitating an ionic column, initialled wreath cartouches, gilt interiors, 13.75 oz. (2)
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