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QUEEN ANNE. A very fine Britannia Standard Pint Mug made in London in 1710 by John Fawdery I.


The Mug stands on a reeded spreading foot and the slightly tapering sides are plain in design. The applied rim is also decorated with reeding and the mug has an attractive plain scroll handle. The side displays a full set of crisp marks and the base is engraved with a double set of contemporary initials. The Mug is in excellent condition, has a very good colour and is of a fine weight. John Fawdery was apprenticed to the famous Huguenot silversmith, Anthony Nelme 1688-1695, and had workshops in Foster Lane when this piece was made.

Height: 4 inches, 10cm.

Diameter of the base: 3.6 inches, 9cm.

Weight: 10oz.