20 - 21 January 2006
A SILVER CUP OF SOUTHERN INTEREST
MARK OF JOHN MOOD, CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA, CIRCA 1849
Octagonal, on circular foot, with scroll handle, engraved Henry to his Mother, 2nd Oct. 1849, marked under base
4¾ in. long over handle; 3 oz.
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John Mood continued his father's business and worked between 1813-1864. He also worked as a minister. A twelve sided cup and saucer by John Mood, c. 1850-1860 is illustrated in the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Southern Silver, 1968, I-13-A.
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