Regency Silver



A beautiful 19th-century (1881) antique solid sterling silver drum mustard pot, with original blue glass liner.

Circular form with lovely pierced work of foliage, urns and ribbons. Bright-cut decorations. Beaded rim and base. Thumbpiece in shell pattern. 

The lid sits flush with the body. The hinge is firm.

Crested on the lid, no personal inscriptions or monogram.

Fully hallmarked, the hallmarks on the lid matches those on the body.

This large mustard pot is of substantial weight and quality, the silver alone weighs 113g.

A superb genuine 135 year old Victorian mustard pot.

HALLMARKS: London, STERLING fineness 92.5%.  MAKER John Aldwinckle & James Slater

DATE: 1881

DIMENSION: Pot diameter: 6cm.  Length including handle: 9cm.  Height: 7cm to finial  

WEIGHT: Silver weight: 113g  (With liner combined: 260g)

CONDITION: It is in excellent condition without damage, dents or splits. The glass liner is perfect without damage. No repair or alteration.

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Victorian silver mustard pot



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