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A rare pair of George II 'Bun' Peppers made in London in 1750 by Walter Brind.


The Peppers stand of circular domed feet decorated with reeding. The bellied main bodies have a central protruding girdle. The stepped, domed, pull off cover is pierced with roundels in bands and terminates in a cast bell finial. Each is fully marked in the foot. It is most unusual to find pairs of peppers at this date in this style.

Height: 4 inches, 10cm.

Diameter of the foot: 1.75 inches, 4.38cm.

Weight: 5oz.