London, South Kensington
3 December 2002
A George III Silver Cream Jug
Mark of Charles Chesterman (rubbed), London, 1794
of helmet-type, thread-mounted, with flat base, the oval body engraved with bright-cut swags, and banding, the circular cartouches engraved with different initials, 11.2cm (4¾in) high, 4.75oz; TOGETHER WITH TWO OTHERS: a bellied semi-fluted example by John Emes, 1807, 4.75oz; and a bellied helmet-shaped example by John Edward Terrey, 1809 (marks rubbed), 3.75oz.
See illustration for part of lot, page 15 (3)
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