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A very unusual George III silver gilt Mug made in London in 1810 by Emes & Barnard.


This very unusual Mug stands on a pedestal foot decorated with a band of foliate motifs. The campana shaped main body displays a wide band of lobing on the lower section and a most unusual band of raised Rococo shells and anthemion motifs on the upper section. This rare example also has a very detailed serpent handle and the front is engraved with a set of contemporary script initials. This piece is in excellecnt condition and is very well marked on the side of the main body.

Height: 3.75 inches, 9.4cm

Diameter at the rim: 2.3 inches, 5.75cm.

Weight: 5oz.