Regency Silver



Late 19th-century (1892) antique solid sterling silver mustard pot with ruby colour glass liner.

Oval form with lovely pierced work, further decorated with Bright-cut patterns all over. Raised on four reeded feet. The handle has similar reeded pattern.

The lid sits flush with the body. The hinge is a little slack but secure.

The cartouche is vacant and has never been engraved with any personal inscriptions.

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

HALLMARKS: Birmingham, STERLING fineness 92.5%.  MAKER Hilliard & Thomason

DATE: 1892

DIMENSION: Length including handle: 9cm.  Width: 4cm.  Height: 7.5cm to finial  

WEIGHT: Silver weight: 68g  (With liner combined: 139g)

CONDITION: There has been a repair on one of the feet, please see 3rd image, otherwise no other issues the silver pierced work has no splits, no dents or dings. The glass liner is perfect without chip or cracks.

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