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George III sterling silver caster the snug-fitting cover dot pierced below a spiral finial, the body engraving' data-content='The method of decorating or creating inscriptions on silver and other metal objects by marking the surface with a sharp instrument such as a diamond point or rotating cutting wheel.'>engraved with festoon' data-content='A popular neo-classical form of decoration in decorative art consisting of a pendant garland made up of flowers, fruit and leaves, and found on all types of objects from furniture to ceramics and clocks, and in many materials from bronze to wood.<br><br>Common themes included in swags are husks, chains, hops, and laurel leaves.'>garland / Festoon' data-content='A popular neo-classical form of decoration in decorative art consisting of a pendant garland made up of flowers, fruit and leaves, and found on all types of objects from furniture to ceramics and clocks, and in many materials from bronze to wood.<br><br>Common themes included in swags are husks, chains, hops, and laurel leaves.'>swags and later script initials dated 1892. London 1771, maker TD. Height 13 cm

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