M. FORD CREECH ANTIQUES & FINE ARTS

 

 

GEORGE III PROVINCIAL QUART SILVER MUG

John Langlands I, Newcastle, 1770

 

George III Provincial Quart Silver Mug, John Langlands I, Newcastle, 1770 

 

Of heavy gauge silver and tapering cylindrical form,
with banded girdle and reeded flaring foot;
the scroll handle with "tongue" to the top, and engraved initials I*P
good marks verso

 

 

Note : An associated pair of identical form, John Langlands I, 1774, and Langlands & Robertson, 1778,

Newcastle, engraved A/GM on handle, the 1778 mug engraved A over C*I on handle,

each marked under base and on handle 6 in. high / 37 oz.combined weight,

The Collection of Robert Hatfield Ellsworth Part V -

European Decorative Arts, Carpets, Old Master Paintings and Asian Works of Art, New York, 21 March 2015

 

Condition : Excellent with wear commensurate with age; planishing marks still visible;

small bend to the tongue at top (visible in above image);

flaw to the surface of the silver at the base of the handle; marks clear with mild rubbing to the date letter

 

6.75" High / 19.8 oz.

 

SOLD

 

#7703

 

Please Inquire

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Also Please Visit the 3rd of our

 

2020 CHRISTMAS CATALOGS :

 

 

THE SEASON of LIGHT & REFLECTION(S) : SILVER!

 

 


 

 

We welcome and encourage all inquiries regarding our stock.  We will make every attempt to answer any questions you might have.

 

For information, call (901) 761-1163 or (901) 827-4668,

or

Email : mfcreech@bellsouth.net  or  mfordcreech@gmail.com
 
 

American Express, Mastercard, Visa and Discover accepted

 

 

    

 

M. Ford Creech Antiques & Fine Arts / 581 South Perkins Road /  Memphis, TN 38117 / USA /  Wed.-Sat. 11-6, or by appointment

 


 

 

Accessories     Ceramics    Early Asian Ceramics      Fine Art    Furniture     Glassware     Silver     Home

 

George III Provincial Quart Silver Mug, John Langlands I, Newcastle, 1770 

 

© The images, concepts and text herein are subject to copyright.

Should you wish to reproduce any part of this site's content, simply request permission.

We also ask that any reproduction be attributed properly.