Six Pieces of English Sterling Silver, George I cann with engraved armorial to body and monogram to handle, London, 1725-26, indistinct maker's mark, ht. 4 5/8; two George III: a cann with spout with an engraved armorial and monogram, London, 1765-66, William & James Priest, ht. 4 3/4, and a sugar basket with a bail handle, London, 1794-95, Peter & Ann Bateman, lg. 6 1/4; William IV christening cup, London, 1836-37, Benjamin Stephens, ht. 4; Victorian mustard pot with a cobalt liner, Sheffield, 1892-93, John & William Deakin, ht. 2 3/4; and an Edward VII gold-washed bowl, Chester, 1907-08, with a rubbed mark possibly for George Nathan & Ridley Hayes, dia. 3 7/8 in.; approx. 41.5 troy oz. total.
George I cann with solder to lower joint, joint pushed into body (possibly repaired), scattered dents to body inlcuding 1 in linear dent, silver slightly weak over armorial (possibly re-engraved), reapired split to rim. Sugar basket and mustard pot with age-typical wear. George III can with series of dents to lower body, probably started out life as a tankard. Christening cup with foot and handle possibly added later, wear to gold-washed interior and across surface.
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