English Sterling Silver Fruit & Floral Cream Jug & Sugar Bowl 1824 Exc
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English Sterling Silver Fruit & Floral Cream Jug & Sugar Bowl 1824 Exc:
FINEST ENGLISH GEORGE IV STERLING SILVER FRUIT & FLORAL CREAM PITCHER & MATCHING SUGAR BOWL; GOLD WASH; EXCELLENT CONDITION
We are pleased to offer this exceptional George III cream jug and matching sugar bowl set.
London marks for 1824.
Gently compressed circular form.
Brilliant hand carved raised fruit and floral displays. Carved in exceptional relief. atop satin surface.
The overflow rim with raised shell and floral.
Brilliantly cast shell framed flower cap C-scroll handles. Completely covered with shell and florette displays.
Atop boldly fashioned star burst florette cap vine scroll feet. Original gold interiors. Never monogrammed.
This 1824 English sterling silver silver fruit and floral cream jug is 6 inches and it weighs 8 1/2 standard ounces.
The sugar bowl is 8 inches and 14 1/2 standard ounces.
Hallmarked as shown, maker is rubbed.
In excellent condition. Rich, lustreous sterling patina throughout. The lavishly hand carved fruit and floral displays and shell feet retain their original detail. Interior gold wash in fine state.
For the discerning collector of the finest Georgian silver. A superb 1824 English shell, fruit and floral cream jug and sugar set. Excellent condition.
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