4 - 5 April 2007
This lot is offered without a reserve
A GROUP OF PEWTER TABLE ARTICLES,
MID-18TH CENTURY AND LATER,
comprising: seventeen plates, eleven porringers, three goblets, pair of candlesticks, one spoon, two mugs, two cruet stands, six cruet glass jars, a tumbler, two jars (one a measuring jar), a pitcher, two bowls, two light whale oil lamp, salt cellar, three flasks, and a cup (58)
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Some with marks of various makers, including Samuel Ellis, Thomas Badger, Boardman, James Dixon & Sons, and H. Mugge.
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