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86/4170 Drinking Vessel, two handled, pewter, made by Crown and Rose, London, England, date unknown and made for Dunhill
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Object statement
Drinking Vessel, two handled, pewter, made by Crown and Rose, London, England, date unknown and made for Dunhill
This drinking vessel was made by Rose & Crown, London, England
This drinking vessel was made by Rose & Crown, London, England for Dunhill

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Description
Drinking Vessel, two handled, pewter, made by Crown and Rose, London, England, date unknown and made for Dunhill

A drinking vessel, baluster shaped, made of pewter which consists of a baluster shaped body with two c-shaped handles and a circular base.
Marks
Base of vessel has makers marks, impressed, which read, 'CROWN & ROSE / MADE IN / (image of a crown and a rose) / LONDON / CAST PEWTER'.
86/4170
Height
166 mm
Diameter
221 mm

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Acquisition credit line
Gift of Tooth & Company Ltd under the Australian Government's Tax Incentives for the Arts Scheme, 1986.
This object belongs to:
Tooth & Co. Collection Collection
Subjects
+ Drinking vessels
Short persistent URL
Concise link back to this object: http://from.ph/65228
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