A rare Pagoda Mustard Pot made in Sheffield in 1847 by Henry Wilkinson.
A rare Pagoda Mustard Pot made in Sheffield in 1847 by Henry Wilkinson.
A rare Pagoda Mustard Pot made in Sheffield in 1847 by Henry Wilkinson.
A rare Pagoda Mustard Pot made in Sheffield in 1847 by Henry Wilkinson.
A rare Pagoda Mustard Pot made in Sheffield in 1847 by Henry Wilkinson.

A rare "Pagoda" Mustard Pot made in Sheffield in 1847 by Henry Wilkinson.

1847 Sheffield

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The Mustard Pot is modelled as a pagoda with six panelled sides pierced with very unusual scroll work and flower heads. The domed cover terminates in an urn finial and also displays six engraved panels to simulate the tiles on a roof. This piece has a facetted scroll handle. The Mustard is in excellent condition, has a blue glass liner and is fully marked on the cover and on the base.

Height: 4 inches, 10cm.
Base Diameter: 2.5 inches, 6.25 cm.
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