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A set of three George III silver sugar vases or casters with partly fluted bodies and fixed ring handles

Maker:  Parker, John, 1734-1796 and Wakelin, Edward, 1717-1784

Description: 

Parker, John, 1734-1796 and Wakelin, Edward, 1717-1784: A set of three George III silver sugar vases or casters with partly fluted bodies and fixed ring handles, the necks chased with scrolls and cones, the covers with acanthus, engraved with the Ogle badge and coronet, 1767, one 17.8cm. high, two 14.6cm. high.

ID:  10325

Currently kept at: Welbeck Abbey

THIS ARTWORK IS LOCATED IN:

Nottinghamshire

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