An extremely rare pair of George III Drinking Mugs made in London in 1802 by John Mewburn.
An extremely rare pair of George III Drinking Mugs made in London in 1802 by John Mewburn.
An extremely rare pair of George III Drinking Mugs made in London in 1802 by John Mewburn.
An extremely rare pair of George III Drinking Mugs made in London in 1802 by John Mewburn.

An extremely rare pair of George III Drinking Mugs made in London in 1802 by John Mewburn.

1802 London

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This very rare pair of Georgian Drinking Mugs are made in a design which we have not previously encountered. Both are modelled in the same design as a breakfast cup and stand on a spreading foot, with slightly tapering plain sides. The Mugs have plain side handles and are engraved with a contemporary Crest, with the coronet of a Baron above. The Mugs are in excellent condition and are very well marked on the side.

Height: 2.9 inches, 7.25 inches.
Diameter at the rim: 3.6 inches, 9cm.
Weight: 14oz in Weight, the pair.
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