1 May 2007
A SCOTTISH LIDLESS PEWTER PINT MEASURE
Of 'Pot-Bellied' form, with six incised lines to lip and neck, and the initials 'I.W.' to handle, 62.5 fl.oz capacity
Young and Carter collections.
Purchased from Robin Bellamy.
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Hornsby, Pewter of the Western World, p.225
Hornsby, Pewter, Copper and Brass, p.87.
Currier Gallery of Art and at the University of New Hampshire.
Peter Hornsby described this and the previous two lots as 'The only set I know' in a letter to David Little
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