This is an early 19th-century (1821) sterling silver Georgian Regency pepper pot.
Urnular body, decorated with fluting, raised on a pedestal foot.
Original matching pull-off lid, both marked WF for William Fountain
The pedestal base has a weaved border, matching the weaved pattern on the lid.
Fully hallmarked both on the lid and body.
Free of monograms or inscriptions. No previous erasures.
Original gilding to the interior.
The base is not weighted.
A lovely genuine 198-year-old English Georgian silver pepper pot.
HALLMARKS: London, SILVER fineness 925, MAKER William Fountain.
DIMENSION: Height: 9.5cm (3 3/4"). Diameter: 4.2cm (1 5/8")
CONDITION: Excellent condition for its age, without damage. No splits, no dents and no repair. The lid closes flush and tight against the body.
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