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A pair of silver gilt pilgrim bottles of oval form

Maker:  B. B. (Benjamin Bathurst?)

Description: 

B. B. (Benjamin Bathurst?): A pair of silver gilt pilgrim bottles of oval form, the bodies plain except for fluting and acanthus husks at the base. Mounted on the shoulders are two human masks, acanthus leaves and monstrous heads to which the chains are attached; double dolphin finials to the covers. Engraved on both sides with the arms of Robert Harley, 1st Earl of Oxford amongst other family members. Makers mark only, BB addorsed, probably that of Benjamin Bathurst, circa 1690, 45.7cm. high.

ID:  10087

Currently kept at: Welbeck Abbey

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Nottinghamshire

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