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This is a lovely antique sterling silver creamer or milk jug made by John Emes and hallmarked in London 1805. It is in very good condition with no repairs and stands firmly on an oval base. There is an ornate vacant cartouche and reed decoration to the handle and upper rim. Hallmarks are a little rubbed but quite readable. The creamer has been made with a good gauge of silver as one would expect from this well respected Georgian silversmith.
Height : 10 cm - 3.94 in
Width : 14 cm - 5.51 in
Weight : 133 g - 0.29 lb
Wentworth Silver has clarified that the Georgian silver creamer / milk jug - Emes (1756 / LA79082) is genuinely of the period declared with the date/period of manufacture being 1805.
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