An unusual George III Can shaped Drinking Mug made in London in 1798 by Charles Chesterman.
An unusual George III Can shaped Drinking Mug made in London in 1798 by Charles Chesterman.
An unusual George III Can shaped Drinking Mug made in London in 1798 by Charles Chesterman.
An unusual George III Can shaped Drinking Mug made in London in 1798 by Charles Chesterman.
An unusual George III Can shaped Drinking Mug made in London in 1798 by Charles Chesterman.

An unusual George III "Can" shaped Drinking Mug made in London in 1798 by Charles Chesterman.

1798 London

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The Mug is modelled in the unusual "Can" form with slightly tapering sides and a reeded rim and base. The applied scroll handle is also reeded and the interior displays original gilding. The front is crisply engraved with a bright cut navette shaped cartouche containing the contemporary script initials "EJ". The base is beautifully engraved with " The Gift of Mrs Collins, 1798", the same date as the Mug. The small size suggests that this was for a child or Lady.

Height: 2.5 inches, 6.25cm
Base Diameter: 2.1 inches, 5.25cm
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