A WEDGWOOD AND BENTLEY BLACK BASALT SILVER MOUNTED FOX HEAD STIRRUP CUP PROBABLY 1775
naturalistically modelled and glazed on the intreior, impressed lowercase Wedgwood & Bentley mark under left ear.
Length 5¼ in.
Please note: the stirrup cup has not been examined beneath the silver mount. The visible body is in good condition.
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Collection of Theodore and Rosalind Spak, Miami, 1984
The Hammond Museum, 1984, bearing label