December 15, 2016, 11:00 AM EST
Philadelphia, PA, USALive Auction
Lot 270: A George III silver hot water urn, Charles Wright, London, 1780-81(45 views)
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A George III silver hot water urn
Charles Wright, London, 1780-81
Of urn form, the shoulder chased with swags below decorative band and beaded edge, raised on square plinth on four ball feet, with twin loop handles beaded to each side.
H: 22 in. 91 oz. t.
From the Estate of Betty Rhoads Wright, Alexandria, VA.
Overall good condition, light tarnish and surface scratches, some dings to body, two feet with repairs.
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