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A late 17th century silver cup and cover, maker's mark IH above a fleur-de-lis and two pellets (Jackson's p.130), London late 17th century,

Estimate:

10,000 - 20,000 GBP

An Important English Private Collection

A late 17th century silver cup and cover, maker's mark IH above a fleur-de-lis and two pellets (Jackson's p.130), London late 17th century,

A late 17th century silver cup and cover, maker's mark IH above a fleur-de-lis and two pellets (Jackson's p.130), London late 17th century,

Estimate:

10,000 - 20,000 GBP

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An Important English Private Collection

A late 17th century silver cup and cover, maker's mark IH above a fleur-de-lis and two pellets (Jackson's p.130), London late 17th century,


Cylindrical form with two scroll handles, the cover with rope-twist border and lion couchant finial on cut-card bracket, the three feet using the same model, both body and cover engraved with two set of arms on both cover and body, one for William Hulton of Hulton Park (1625-1694) and his wife, Anne, daughter of William Jessop of Warwick House, and the other for a member of the Hulton family of Hulton Park, Lancashire.

21cm.; 8 1/4in. high

1819gr.; 58 1/2oz.

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Please note that the W symbol has been removed from this lot. This lot will remain in New Bond Street after the sale.
This maker's mark appears on a number of pieces including: a pilgrim bottle, London 1663 (Sotheby's, London, 18th June 1981, lot 193); a spice box, London 1672 (Sotheby's, London, 20th February 1964, lot 93); a pair of vases and covers, London 1675 (Christie's, London, 14th December 1938, lot 73);  a gold cup and cover, London 1680 (E.A. Jones, Old English Gold Plate, pl VII); a porringer, London 1680 (Phillips, 14th July 1978, lot 213); a pair of vases (maker's mark only, Christie's, London, 2nd March 1994, lot 115);