London, South Kensington
26 June 2007
A GEORGE III SILVER DRUM MUSTARD POT,
MARK OF RICHARD MILLS, LONDON, 1767,
The very slightly tapered sides pierced with intersecting discs of diaperwork centred by quatrefoil motifs, domed cover with pierced shell thumbpiece, gadroon rim, blue glass liner, 3½ in. high (9 cm.), 3.5 oz.
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