George I Sterling Silver Caster

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George I Sterling Silver Caster

An early 18th century George I sterling silver caster pot.

The post is most likely used for pepper and has a domed perforated lid, a straight sided body, a loop handle and a low moulded plinth.

The front of the caster has an engraved heraldic crest of a dragon head over a portcullis and battlements.

The domed top sits over a finely pierced flat inner lid with a knob handle in the centre.

The caster has hall marks underneath for London, the year 1722-1723 and a maker's mark for Edward Turner. (Circa 1722-1723)

Height 7.2cm (2.8 inches)
Width 6.5cm (2.6 inches)
Diameter 4.3cm (1.7 inches)