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A George III mustard pot made in London in 1790 by Charles Hougham


The Mustard Pot is rectangular in form with canted corners and reeded bands at both the rim and the base. The sides are engraved with a band of stylised foliate motifs and flower heads, in addition to two vacant cat cornered cartouches. The slightly domed cover terminates in a Neo-Classical urn finial and is engraved with a number of prick dot bands. The Mustard has a reeded scroll handle, star cut blue glass liner and is fully marked on the base and with the sterling mark on the cover. The Mustard Pot also comes with a Scottish Celtic point spoon made by Alexander Henderson in Edinburgh circa 1790.

Height: 3 inches

Width: 1.9 inches

Length: 3.75 inches