A substantial and attractive Georgian silver mustard pot with perfect liner and georgian spoon.
Superb large mustard Emes and Barnard 1819 Shell and leaf decoration
A lovely Georgian silver drum mustard pot of bulbous shape with blue glass liner by Rachel Emes and Edward Barnard I. Hallmarked in London in 1819. This is a heavy good sized mustard pot made of good gauge silver with a lovely pie crust type decoration of shells and intertwining leaves which undulates around the top of the pot. It has a tudor rose design embellishment to the top of the lid all sitting on 3 lion's pad feet. Excellent hallmarks on the base and the lid.
It comes with a matched Georgian silver spoon by Crossley and Smith 1829.
Height: 8 cms
Width including handle: 11 cms
Weight without liner : 195 grams
And spoon: 9 grams
Altogether with liner and spoon: 292 grams
Condition: In very good antique condition commensurate with age and light usage. Good hallmarks to base and lid. Hallmarks clear on spoon.