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A set of three George V sterling silver mustard pots, London 1911 by Sebastian Garrard

A set of three George V sterling silver mustard pots, London 1911 by Sebastian Garrard

In the George III style, each of octagonal form with a reeded C scroll handle leading to a gently domed lid raised by a disc thumbpiece. The lids engraved with a crest of a cubit arm in armour, the gauntlet holding a fleur-de-lis encircled in a motto. Each with a removable blue glass liner, one stuck. Each fully and part-marked. (2)

Height – 7 cm / 2.8 inches

Weight (approx) – 428 grams / 13.76 ozt

The crest is for Ramsden

For the heirs of John Charles Francis Ramsden (1835-1910) who married Emma Susan Duncombe (d.1897) in 1863, he the son of Captain Henry James Ramsden (1799-1871) and Frederica Selina Law (c.1812-1879) daughter of Sir Edward Law 1st Baron Ellenborough (1750-1818). The grandson of Sir John Ramsden, 4th Baronet (1755 – 1839) and Louisa Susan Ingram-Shepheard (d.1857) the daughter of Charles Ingram, 9th Viscount of Irvine (1727 – 1778). Emma Susan the daughter of Rev. Edward Duncombe (1802-1888) rector of Newton Kyme, York and Susan Mainwaring (1804-1854) daughter of Rev. Charles Mainwaring (1768-1807) of Oteley Park, Shropshire who were married in 1825.

Thence by Descent

Sold for £350

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