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Although consumed in the UK in its wet state since the 1300’s, sterling silver mustard pots seem to only be available from the mid 18th Century onwards, with ‘blind’ casters containing dry mustard powder used at the table towards the start of the 18th Century. Since inception, the mustard pot form has varied in keeping with current trends and fashions, and nowadays early pieces, novelty examples such as owls and other animals, and attractive designs, are all highly collectible and sought after.
Hallmarked In 1888
Hallmarked in London in 1888 by Edward Hutton, this handsome, Victorian, Antique Sterling Silver Mustard Pot, is plain in form, with a gadroon border around the foot and rim, and a shell thumb piece. The mustard pot measures 2.75"(7cm) tall, by 2.75 inches (7cm) in diameter, and has a silver weight of 4.5 troy ounces (140gm).
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Hallmarked In 1797
Hallmarked in London in 1797 by Daniel Pontifex, this handsome, George III, Antique Sterling Silver Mustard Pot, is oval in shape, with fluted decoration to the body, and a blue glass liner. The mustard measures 4"(10cm) tall, by 5"(12.5cm) from handle to side, and has a silver weight of 6.5 troy ounces (200gm).
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Hallmarked In 1785
Hallmarked in London in 1785, this handsome, George III, Antique Sterling Silver Mustard Pot, has a drum shaped body with reed detailing, a pierced shell thumb piece, and a blue glass liner. The mustard pot measures 2.5"(6.5cm) tall, by 3.25"(8.5cm) from handle to wide, and a silver weight of 3.6 troy ounces.
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Hallmarked In 1805
Hallmarked in London in 1805 by Elizabeth Morley, this very handsome, George III, Antique Sterling Silver Mustard Pot, is plain in style, oval in shape, and features reed borders to the base handle and rim, and a blue glass liner. The mustard pot measures 3.25"(8cm) tall, by 4.5"(11.5cm) from handle to side.
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