London, South Kensington
14 June 2006
A GEORGE III SILVER TRIPLE CONDIMENT,
MAKER'S MARK INDISTINCT, POSSIBLY PAUL STORR, LONDON, 1793, ALSO BEARING LATER FRENCH CONTROL MARK,
Of trefoil form, the gilt interior divided into four compartments, the handle formed from three tied hoops meeting at the centre under a bud finial, engraved with an earl's coronet above a hawk crest, 4¼ in. wide (10.7 cm.), 6 oz.
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Post Lot Text
The crest is for Clements, created Earl of Leitrim in 1795.
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