London, South Kensington
13 March 2001
A WILLIAM IV SILVER CUP AND COVER
MARK OF CHARLES FOX, 1834-35
of campana-form with robust leaf and flower motifs, raised on a rocaille motif pedestal foot with a leaf motif central knop, with two dolphin motif handles, the lid of lobed form with a grape vine and leaf motif rim and finial modelled as Neptune riding a shell chariot pulled by hippocampi (finial unmarked) - 40.6cm (16 in), 59oz.
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