An unusual pair of George IV Peppers made in London in 1821 by William Theobalds.
An unusual pair of George IV Peppers made in London in 1821 by William Theobalds.

An unusual pair of George IV Peppers made in London in 1821 by William Theobalds.

1821 London

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The Peppers stand on a circular pedestal foot decorated with reeding. The unusual campana shaped bodies rise to an everted rim decorated with an egg and foliate motif border. Both Peppers are engraved with a contemporary Crest above a raised horizontal girdle decorated with grapes and vines. The domed covers terminate in a ball finial and are pierced with roundels and crescent moons. Both are well marked and have finely gilded interiors. The Peppers are modelled in a most unusual design.

Height: 3.45 inches, 8.63cm.
Diameter at the rim: 1.9 inches, 4.75cm.
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