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Chased Mustard Pot, 1820 IET

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Mustard Pot - Chased; with blue glass liner - London 1820 by John Edward Terrey - 5.5cm high; 7.8cm diameter rim; 11cm wide; 161g weight of silver - NV/3835

Chased Mustard Pot, 1820 IET








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John Edward Terrey (maker's mark "IET") is renown as one of the finest silversmiths of the late Georgian period and this fine quality silver mustard pot is a great, affordable example of his output. The body of the pot is finely chased with flowers and has a cartouche to the centre that features an engraved crest depicting a bull. The mustard pot retains some of its original gilding and is fitted with a nicely fitting blue glass liner with small cut-out to accommodate. This fabulous mustard pot is in excellent condition with a clear set of hallmarks.
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