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A very unusual George III Cream Pail made in London in 1780 by Thomas Daniel.


The Pail is of a most unusual design and stands on a square base, decorated with bright cut designs. The base rises to a circular pedestal decorated with beading. The vase shaped main body is decorated with a double beaded band, as is the arched handle. The main body is beautifully engraved with crisp floral and foliate garlands. The front also displays a navette shaped cartouche engraved with a contemporary Crest, with Motto engraved around the edge. This piece is of an exceptional gauge and displays interior hammer marks from when it was raised. The Pail is very well marked in the foot and it is the first time we have seen this particular design.

Height, to the rim: 4.5 inches, 11.25cm

Diameter at the rim: 3.25 inches, 8.13cm

Weight: 7oz