Antique Victorian Sterling silver mustard pot


Hallmarked in London for 1850 by Richard Pearce and George Burrows.

Sterling Silver and glass.



An Antique Victorian Sterling silver mustard pot which has a round pierced body with pretty detailing, a plain domed shaped hinged lid with a patterned thumb piece, an attractive side handle and resting on a flat base with unusual decoration.  The blue glass liner fits neatly within the body and remains in excellent condition. This lovely mustard pot would make an interesting addition to a collection and would be perfect to use on the table. It is 7.60 cms high and the diameter of the base is 8.20 cms. It weighs 3.60 troy ounces (111 grams) without the glass liner.

Complimentary postage is included within the price.

Additional Information

Height : 7.60 cms.

Diameter of base : 8.20 cms.

Weight (without liner) : 3.60 troy ounces (111 grams).

Excellent condition.


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