Antique Victorian Sterling Silver Mustard Pot
Antique Victorian Sterling Silver Mustard Pot
Antique Victorian Sterling Silver Mustard Pot
Antique Victorian Sterling Silver Mustard Pot
Antique Victorian Sterling Silver Mustard Pot
Antique Victorian Sterling Silver Mustard Pot
Antique Victorian Sterling Silver Mustard Pot
Antique Victorian Sterling Silver Mustard Pot
Antique Victorian Sterling Silver Mustard Pot
Antique Victorian Sterling Silver Mustard Pot
Antique Victorian Sterling Silver Mustard Pot
Antique Victorian Sterling Silver Mustard Pot
Antique Victorian Sterling Silver Mustard Pot
Antique Victorian Sterling Silver Mustard Pot
Antique Victorian Sterling Silver Mustard Pot
Antique Victorian Sterling Silver Mustard Pot

CHARLES BOYTON II (worked 1862-1899)

Antique Victorian Sterling Silver Mustard Pot

1883 London, England

Offered by AC Silver

£1,395 gbp
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This exceptional antique Victorian sterling silver mustard pot has an oval shaped form on to a circular spreading foot, modelled in the form of a period coal scuttle or flower basket.

The lower portion of the body is embellished with undulating fluted ornamentation.

The upper portion of the body is embellished with a wide incurved band of scrolling leaf decoration accented with a floral motif to each spiralling terminal, all on a matte background.

This sterling silver mustard pot is fitted with impressive two hallmarked hinged covers embellished with scrolling leaf and floral motifs on a matte background.

This exceptional example of antique silverware has a central ribbed handle.

The stepped circular spreading foot is encircled with a band of leaf and circular motif decoration.

This fine novelty silver mustard pot retains the original gilded interior.

This antique silver mustard pot is supplied with associated hallmarked English, Victorian sterling silver fiddle pattern mustard spoons.


Dimensions

Height 12cm/4.7"
Length 7.7cm/3"
Width 5.5cm/2.2"
Length of spoon 10.1cm/4"

Weight

4.2 troy ounces/132g

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This antique novelty silver mustard pot is an exceptional gauge of silver, exceptional quality and in exceptional presentation condition.

The chased decoration is very sharp.

Full hallmarks struck to the surface of the mustard pot, reverse of spoons and part hallmarks to the interior of each cover are all very clear; the hallmarks are struck deeply due to the exceptional gauge of silver.

Reflections in photographs may detract from the true representation of this fine example of Victorian silverware.
Maker: Charles Boyton II
Date: 1883
Origin: London, England
Can be viewed at AC Silver’s Newcastle store, online at www.acsilver.co.uk. Please quote SALES CODE SKU A8616 when enquiring about the piece.
Complimentary insurance valuation with images and text is provided with your purchase.
Dimensions
Height 7.70 cm (3.03 inches)
Width 12.00 cm (4.72 inches)
Depth 5.50 cm (2.17 inches)
Stock Code
A8616
Medium
An exceptional, fine and impressive, unusual antique Victorian English sterling silver novelty mustard pot; an addition to our 19th century silver condiments collection.
Signed/Inscribed
Full hallmarks struck to the surface of the mustard pot, reverse of spoons and part hallmarks to the interior of each cover are all very clear; the hallmarks are struck deeply due to the exceptional gauge of silver.
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