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Sterling Silver Mustard Pots - Antique George V (1926)

An exceptional, fine and impressive, unusual pair of antique George V English sterling silver mustard pots; an addition to our collectable silverware collection

SKU: A8460
Price: £2,250.00
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Sterling Silver Mustard Pots - Antique George V (1926)
Sterling Silver Mustard Pots - Antique George V (1926)
Sterling Silver Mustard Pots - Antique George V (1926)
Sterling Silver Mustard Pots - Antique George V (1926)
Sterling Silver Mustard Pots - Antique George V (1926)
Sterling Silver Mustard Pots - Antique George V (1926)
Sterling Silver Mustard Pots - Antique George V (1926)
Sterling Silver Mustard Pots - Antique George V (1926)
Sterling Silver Mustard Pots - Antique George V (1926)
Sterling Silver Mustard Pots - Antique George V (1926)
Sterling Silver Mustard Pots - Antique George V (1926)
Sterling Silver Mustard Pots - Antique George V (1926)
Sterling Silver Mustard Pots - Antique George V (1926)
Sterling Silver Mustard Pots - Antique George V (1926)
Sterling Silver Mustard Pots - Antique George V (1926)
Sterling Silver Mustard Pots - Antique George V (1926)
Sterling Silver Mustard Pots - Antique George V (1926)
Sterling Silver Mustard Pots - Antique George V (1926)
Sterling Silver Mustard Pots - Antique George V (1926)
Sterling Silver Mustard Pots - Antique George V (1926)

Description


These exceptional antique George V sterling silver mustard pots with spoons have a plain baluster, skittle shaped form.


The surface of each silver mustard pot is plain and unembellished.


These fine mustard pots retain the original hallmarked hinged covers encompassed with a ribbed design to the upper portion, reflecting the formation of an antique bowling pin.


The covers open to reveal the original gilt interiors.


The underside of each unusual and collectable piece bears the retailer's mark 'Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co Ltd, 112 Regent St, W'.


These impressive examples of antique silverware are supplied with associated hallmarked Birmingham sterling silver mustard spoons, crafted by William Aitken in 1903.


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Date: 1926

Condition


These antique silver mustard pots and spoons are an exceptional gauge of silver, exceptional quality and in exceptional condition.

The pots have been professionally polished and are in presentation condition.

Full hallmarks struck to the surface of the body and reverse of each mustard spoon, in addition to part hallmarks to the surface of the cover are all very clear; the maker's marks have wear in keeping with age and location but remain legible.


Reflections in photographs may detract from the true representation of this example of antique silverware.


Dimensions


Height 10.4cm/4.1"

Diameter 4.3cm/1.7"

Diameter of base 3.2cm/1.3"

Length of spoon 7.2cm/2.8"


Total Weight


4.3 troy ounces/134g


 
 
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Andrew Campbell started trading in Antique Silver in the 1970's. Initially, Andrew lived in the South of England, travelling the country, searching for items of silver to buy. Andrew sold these items at various London markets and antique fairs. Over time, and through selling at a range of venues, Andrew built up a large and diverse customer base from private buyers to national and international trade customers.
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