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GEORGE I Sterling Silver Mug by David Willaume I. London 1721

Stock No. 8717
£5,400.00
Maker Hallmarked
DAVID WILLAUME (worked c.1694-c.1728)
London 1721

Very crisp GEORGE I sterling silver mug of extremely good weight.
Maker: David Willaume I. London 1721.

CREST: SALT

This mug is extremely well executed and cannot be faulted.
The full set of hallmarks are struck beneath the lip on the right of the handle.
The family crest is very decoratively engraved.
This mug would make an exellecent gift.

David Willaume I was one of the leading Huguenots in England at this time. He had the patronage of the wealthiest clients from the last part of William III to the end of George I's reign.
His work was renowned for rich design and impeccable execution.

Height: 3.75 inches (9.5cm)
Width at base: 3.6 inches (9.2cm)
Weight: 10 troy ounces (311 grams)
Volume: 14 fluid ounces (400ml)
Sterling Silver
Condition: Mint

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