London, South Kensington
22 November 2016
A PEARWOOD STANDING 'ARMORIAL' CUP
ENGLAND, CIRCA 1621
Incised with heraldic beasts and Royal emblems and inscription bands, dated '1621', with later restored spice container
16 ¼ in. (42 cm.) high
With Lindsay Antiques, London, 1991.
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