Paul Storr, London 1835, a William IV silver mustard pot and spoon, ogee ovoid or inverted pear form, on three pierced and cast foliate scroll bracket feet, embossed to the body with reeded cornucopia, the lid surmounted by a floral finial, incised No 3,6,8, glass liner, the spoon by the same maker, 1837, 10cm high, 7.6ozt Provenance: Woolleyy and Wallis, 28th October 2008, lot 430; Petzall Collection Note: see Colman Collection number 65 for a mustard pot of very similar design

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