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A LONDON STONEWARE PINT MUG, WITH SILVER MOUNT
CIRCA 1710
perhaps Fulham, of cylindrical form set with a grooved loop handle, partially covered in an iron wash and stamped beneath the handle with an excise mark of crowned AR monogram in a seal, the silver mount engraved S*N and stamped with the maker's mark SE, numerals 3 d / 1=1=12 over the handle.
height 5 1/4 in.
13.3 cm
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Provenance

Phillips, London, September 10, 1986, lot 91 (part)
Jonathan Horne, London, September, 1986
Vogel Collection no. 460

Catalogue Note

A mug with similar engraved numerals on the silver mount is illustrated by Robin Hildyard, Browne Muggs, English Brown Stoneware, exhibition catalogue, Victoria and Albert Museum, London, 1985, p. 41, pl. 60, who suggests it perhaps refers to a check on the capacity of a nominal quart.

The Collection of Anne H. & Frederick Vogel III

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