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This is a lovely novelty sterling silver pepperpot made by Edward Stockwell and hallmarked in London 1879.
It is in the form of a watering can with the lid lowering to insert the pepper. Made with a good gauge of silver and with a glass liner. It is in very good condition and hallmarks are clearly struck and the top has intertwined initials.
A good quality piece of Victorian novelty silver.
Height : 6.5 cm - 2.56 in
Width : 8 cm - 3.15 in
Depth : 4 cm - 1.57 in
Wentworth Silver has clarified that the novelty silver pepperpot (1763 / LA79117) is genuinely of the period declared with the date/period of manufacture being 1879.
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