Collection of Silver Table Accessories

comprising a George II/III bun top pepper castor of plain baluster shape with moulded girdle and pull of pierced cover surmounted by a baluster finial, maker AN over IS, not identified, London 1760, together with a Victorian mustard pot with oval section with swags embossed to the body, a looped handle to one end, a dome hinged lid with baluster finial, with blue glass liner, Mappin Webb, London 1899, and a pepperette of baluster shape with pull off cover, marks rubbed, c.1911 (3) (A/F)

Measurements:
weight all up 190 grams
Provenance:
associated vendor notes for purchase (ref 51 & 52), pepper castor purchased on Portobello Road in 1975 from John Luddington, author of 'Starting to Collect Silver', Estate of the late Dr Dominic Louis Serventy
  • EStimate $100 - $150
  • sold $120 Incl BP
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