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Sterling Silver Cream Pitcher By William Hall

England 1822

A London sterling oval bombay form pitcher by silver smith William Hall made in 1822. The rim edge and the lower body with gadrooning and resting on ball feet. The interior has a gold wash. Weight 4.9 troy oz.

Price

$260

Condition

Very good + antique condition. Marks partly rubbed (mostly the lion). Very small dings on the bottom.

Measurements

3 1/2" high, 5 1/2" long, 3 3/8" wide

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