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This is a fine Edwardian sterling silver Pepperpot made by John Rose and hallmarked in Birmingham 1902. It is in very good condition and made to represent an old milk churn. Hallmarked to the body and base which pulls off to fill with pepper. The two handles are fully secure as is the base and there is no damage or repair. Overall a good quality Edwardian Silver Pepperpot.
Height : 4.5 cm - 1.77 in
Weight : 16 g - 0.04 lb
Wentworth Silver has clarified that the Novelty Silver Churn Pepper Pot (1390 / LA56301) is genuinely of the period declared with the date/period of manufacture being 1902.
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