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An unusual pair of George IV Peppers made in London in 1821 by William Theobalds.


The Peppers stand on a circular pedestal foot decorated with reeding. The unusual campana shaped bodies rise to an everted rim decorated with an egg and foliate motif border. Both Peppers are engraved with a contemporary Crest above a raised horizontal girdle decorated with grapes and vines. The domed covers terminate in a ball finial and are pierced with roundels and crescent moons. Both are well marked and have finely gilded interiors. The Peppers are modelled in a most unusual design.

Height: 3.45 inches, 8.63cm.

Diameter at the rim: 1.9 inches, 4.75cm.