10 June 2010
THE PROPERTY OF THE LATE MRS LIONEL MOORE
SOLD BY ORDER OF THE EXECUTORS
A WILLIAM AND MARY SILVER PORRINGER AND COVER
LONDON, 1691, MAKER'S MARK SL MONOGRAM
Cylindrical on spreading foot, the lower body part spiral-fluted below a gadrooned band, the detachable cover with a broad gadrooned border and a foliage finial, with scroll handles, the side and base each engraved with initials, marked near handles and inside cover
7 in. (17.8 cm.) high
23 oz. (719 gr.)
Algernon Charles Wyndham Dunn Gardner (1854-1929), of Denston Hall, Suffolk.
The Trustees of the late A. C. W. Dunn Gardner, Esq.; Christie's, London, 15 June 1932, lot 100 (£69 to Moore).
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