12 - 13 July 2005
Property from the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Sold to benefit the Acquisitions Fund (Lots 382-404)
This lot is offered without a reserve
A QUEEN ANNE SILVER MUG,
MARK OF WILLIAM LUKIN I, LONDON, 1704,
tapering cylindrical, on molded foot, with reeded mid bands and scroll handle, the base engraved ISM, marked on body; together with a George II silver tankard, mark of William Darker, London, 1728, on moulded foot with reeded mid band and scroll handle, the handle engraved WDG, marked on body; and an English beaker bearing marks for 1787, altered, marked under base
5in. (12.5cm.) high; 46oz. (3)
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