fabulous georgian silver mustard by george burrows london 1796

FABULOUS GEORGIAN SILVER MUSTARD BY GEORGE BURROWS, LONDON 1796


Price

SOLD

Item Ref

MAI89

Description

This elegant and good size mustard pot was made by the reputed silversmith George Burrows and is dated London 1796. It is of conventional oval form with a reeded scroll handle. The domed hinged lid with conforming decorations and a silver ball finial.
Complete with blue glass liner.
Monogrammed with the letter "C" on both sides and lid and engraved with an interesting personal inscription to the underside.
Unusual solid silver base.
Sold with a good crested Georgian silver mustard spoon by William Bateman, dated London 1809
Hallmarks:
GB for George Burrows I
Lion Passant.
London Assay Mark.
Duty Mark
Date letter "A" for 1796.
Condition:
Very good.
Body in very good condition.
Liner in perfect condition.
Strong hinge.
Dimensions and Weight:
Height up to finial: 8cm / 3 inches.
Length: 11cm / 4 inches.
Depth: 5cm / 2 inches.
Weight excluding liner: 101 g / 4.8 oz.
Postage UK: 8 Special Delivery Next day.
Postage overseas: from 12 International Signed For.
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Internal Ref: MAI89


Dimensions

Height = 8 cm (3")
Width = 11 cm (5")
Depth = 5 cm (2")



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