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Lot 16
 

A MIXED GROUP INCLUDING A GEORGE IV MUSTARD POT, LONDON 1823 BY CHARLES FOX

A MIXED GROUP INCLUDING A GEORGE IV MUSTARD POT, LONDON 1823 BY CHARLES FOX

Of cylindrical drum form with a gadrooned edge, and a fiddle pattern mustard spoon 1824 by William Chawner. Removable blue glass liner. Together with a William IV mustard pot, London 1834 by Robert Hennell III, cylindrical form with a fiddle pattern mustard spoon London 1830 by William Eaton. Removable blue glass liner. Each engraved with a crest of a dolphin naiant, pierced through the sides by two fishing-spears in saltier, tied together in a bowknot at the top. Also, to include as George III milk jug London 1805 probably by Solomon Hougham, engraved ‘seaweed’ decoration. (5)

Weight – 432 grams / 13.89 ozt

The crest is for Franklyn

Sold for £212

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