A William IV provincial sterling silver mustard pot, York 1831 by James Barber, George Cattle II & William North
Of cylindrical ‘drum’ form with moulded rims, the wrought C scroll handle leading to a gently domed lid raised by a plain disc thumbpiece, cut with a spoon aperture to front. The lid with an incised line to edge, the base scroll of handle with an incised motif. The lid engraved with a crest of a unicorn’s head couped bridled. The interior fitted with a removable blue glass liner. Marked to the right of handle, the lid marked with makers mark, duty mark and lion passant only.
Height – 7 cm / 2.75 inches
Weight – 151 grams / 4.85 ozt
Sold for £1,750
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