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Paul De Lamerie. An outstanding George II Drinking Mug made in London in 1732 by Paul De Lamerie.


The Mug stands on an applied stepped spreading foot and the main body has a tucked in base, slightly baluster form, and everted rim. The plain scroll handle is attached to the main body with an oval moulding. The front is engraved with a contemporary Armorial surrounded by a crisp cartouche of scrolls, strap work, flower heads and Rococo shells - a typical design for this date. The Mug is very well marked in the base and has a good colour. The weight and gauge of this piece is exceptional, which is no surprise when you consider the maker.

Height: 3.9 inches, 9.75cm.

Diameter of the foot: 3.1 inches, 7.75cm.

Weight: 10oz.