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A very fine George III Water/Wine Ewer made in London in 1791 by John Robins.

£ 3,950

This very fine piece stands on a circular pedestal foot decorated with reeding and engraved with stylised foliate bright cutting. The Classical vase shaped main body rises to a reeded band above a beautiful band of flower heads in octagonal frames. The front displays a shield shaped cartouche engraved with contemporary script initials surrounded by a very finely executed cartouche of drapery mantling. The base of the neck is decorated with a band of prick dot bands and foliate motifs and also rises to a reeded rim. The bright cut domed hinged cover terminates in an urn finial. The jug displays its original fruitwood handle an is in excellent crisp condition. The base displays a crisp set of hallmarks and the underside of the cover is marked with the sterling mark. John Roberts was a prolific maker who specialised in tea and coffee wares always with fine finish.

Height: 12 inches, 30cm.
Diameter at the widest point: 5 inches, 12.5 inches.
Weight: 27oz.