A George III silver mustard pot, possibly by Thomas Shepherd, London 1791, of oval form with high domed hinged cover and applied with a ball finial, the sides pierced and engraved with pointed leaf motif borders, oval cartouches linked by floral garlands and a blue glass liner, 9cm high, together with a George III silver cream jug, maker's mark overstruck ((?) G), London 1800, of oval bellied form, bright-cut engraved with bands of stiff leaves and fine wriggle work, the cartouche now engraved 'Kay', and a George III silver sauce ladle, by John Lambe, London 1876, old English pattern with bright-cut engraving, total 8.7ozt (3)
Provenance: The Peter and Pat Crofts Collection.
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Sold for £60
Mustard pot - repair to thumb-piece, wear to engraving.
Cream jug - very bright in colour and top of handle has an old repair.
Sauce ladle - engraving worn and erased.
General condition of hallmarks on all, however, colour is bright on all pieces.
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