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A George II Mug made in London in 1734 by Thomas Farren.

£ 2,200

The Mug stands on an applied circular foot and has a baluster main body and everted rim. This piece has a scroll handle and the front is engraved with a contemporary Armorial surrounded by a floral and foliate spray cartouche. The Mug is fully marked in the foot and has a good colour. Thomas Farren was a Royal maker and was subordinate Goldsmith to George II 1723-42. His most important pieces are most probably the fountain and cistern of 1728 at Burghley House, Lincolnshire.

Height: 3.75 inches.
Diameter: 3.1 inches.
Weight: 8oz.