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Coin Silver Cream Pitcher by Edw. Lowndes, Philadelphia

America Ca. 1820

A beautifully proportioned coin silver creamer stamped E Lowndes for Edward Lowndes of Philadelphia made around 1820. It has four bands of shells and a leaf molded cast scrolled handle. One side has an engraved royal type cartouche. Weight 7.8 troy oz.

Price

$925

Condition

Very good condition with normal signs of age.

Measurements

7.25" H X 3.5" W X 6" L

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