Live Auction, 5 March 2018

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Lot 125
A George III silver hot water jug, Thomas Graham & Jacob Willis, London, 1791

Lot Estimate
R 15 000 - 20 000
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About this Item

A George III silver hot water jug, Thomas Graham & Jacob Willis, London, 1791


the urn-shaped fluted body engraved with floral garlands, bows and a vacant shield-shaped cartouche, raised on a spreading footrim chased with a zigzag border, the fluted neck with stylised foliate borders, the hinged cover with urn-shaped finial, the side applied with a c-scroll wooden handle, 33cm high, 785g

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