Georgian silver mustard by William Lestourgeon hallmarked in 1764 with Georgian silver spoon 1787.
Superb large Georgian Mustard Wm LeStourgeon 1764 with spoon & liner
A lovely Georgian silver mustard pot. Round shape with vertical sides which have been pierced with curving geometrical design. It has a beaded design around the top and the base and a scrolling curving handle. Made by William Lestourgeon. Hallmarked in London in 1764 with a silver spoon from 1787. This is a good sized mustard pot made of good gauge silver. Excellent hallmarks on the base, lid and spoon. A faint armorial crest on the lid and spoon.
Height to top of thumb piece: 9 cms
Width including handle: 10 cms
Weight of silver without liner : 119 grams
And spoon: 12 grams
Altogether with liner and spoon: 253 grams
Condition: In good antique condition commensurate with age and normal usage. Not over cleaned so has a lovely antique Georgian patina. Good hallmarks to base and lid. Hallmarks clear on spoon.