A rare George III Mustard Pot made in Edinburgh in 1790 by Francis Howden.
A rare George III Mustard Pot made in Edinburgh in 1790 by Francis Howden.
A rare George III Mustard Pot made in Edinburgh in 1790 by Francis Howden.
A rare George III Mustard Pot made in Edinburgh in 1790 by Francis Howden.

A rare George III Mustard Pot made in Edinburgh in 1790 by Francis Howden.

1790 Edinburgh

Offered by Mary Cooke Antiques Ltd

£1,650 gbp
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The Mustard Pot is oval in form with a reeded base and rim. The sides are pierced with two bands of vertical pails, as well as prick dot and bright cut engraved designs. The navette shaped cartouche contains a set of contemporary script initials. The domed cover terminates in a ball finial and also displays a bright cut edge. The Mustard Pot has a plain scroll handle, blue glass liner and is fully marked on the base. Georgian Mustard Pots from Scotland do not survive in quantity and examples do not appear often on the market.

Length: 4.1 inches, 10.25cm.
Width: 2.25 inches, 5.63cm.
Height: 2.95 inches, 7.38cm.
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