Live Auction, 15 March 2010

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Lot 37
  • A Charles II silver two-handled porringer, maker's mark RP, London, 1661

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R 25 000 - 30 000
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About this Item

A Charles II silver two-handled porringer, maker's mark RP, London, 1661


the body embossed with scrolling foliage enclosing a vacant cartouche on either side, engraved with the letters "MS SR", the sides applied with a pair of figural double c-scroll handles,    195g, 8,7cm high

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