20 - 21 January 2006
A SILVER SUGAR URN AND COVER
MARK OF CHARLES L. BOEHME, BALTIMORE, CIRCA 1800
Vase form, on square trumpet foot, with beaded borders and pierced gallery, the body engraved with a monogram, the domed cover with beaded borders and urn finial, marked on foot, also stamped STERLING, and with accession number 80.25a-b
10½ in. high; 15 oz. 10 dwt.
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