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Early 18th-century (1738) sterling silver pepper pot by Samuel Wood

Plain bluster form, with scroll patterned openwork lid.

The lid has the maker's S.W marked twice (unusually), the hallmarks match those on the base.

It has a crest but no monogram.

It is a good size pot standing at around 5 inches tall, and with a substantial weight of 111g - the base is not weighted.

A rare collectable early pepper pot.

HALLMARKS: London, STERLING fineness 92.5% MAKER Samuel Wood

DATE: 1738

DIMENSION: Diameter: 5cm.  Height: 12.7cm (approx.)

WEIGHT: 111g

CONDITION: The openwork on the lid has a few tiny splits (not noticeable) please see 4th, 5th images. General light wear and knocks. No major dents. No repair or alteration.

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