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Pewter Porringer, Flower handle, Samuel E. Hamlin, Providence, Rhode Island
Date/Period: 1815-1830


Pewter Porringer, Flower handle, Samuel E. Hamlin, Providence, Rhode Island, entire view

Measurement: Height: 2"; width to handle: 7.75"; bowl diameter: 5 3/8"

Material: Pewter

Condition: Excellent

Additional Information: Modified Old English handle displaying a good touch.

$850.00

1165-6


Pewter Porringer, Flower handle, Samuel E. Hamlin, Providence, Rhode Island, entire view 2

Pewter Porringer, Flower handle, Samuel E. Hamlin, Providence, Rhode Island, detail view



Hamblin, Pewter Platter, 13.5-Inches.
This 13 1/2" platter was made either by Samuel Hamlin Sr. 1767-1801 or by his
son Samuel E. Hamlin, Jr. 1801-1856.


Hamblin, Pewter Platter, 13.5-Inches. This 13 1/2'' platter was made either by Samuel Hamlin Sr. 1767-1801 or by his son Samuel E. Hamlin, Jr. 1801-1856., entire view

Measurement: Diameter: 13.5”

Material: Pewter

Condition: Very good, typical knife marks, trivial imperfections commensurate
with age and use

Additional Information: The Senior Hamlin began his career in Middletown under the
mastery of Thomas Danforth, II. Hamlin moved to Hartford and soon to Providence, RI.

The Junior Hamlin worked solely in Providence. The touches on this piece were used
by both men. Their workmanship is identical and their skills of a superior quality.
Therefore, it is impossible to tell who made this. The likely hood is that the younger
Hamlin made this piece.

$925.00

1165-12


Hamblin, Pewter Platter, 13.5-Inches. This 13 1/2'' platter was made either by Samuel Hamlin Sr. 1767-1801 or by his son Samuel E. Hamlin, Jr. 1801-1856., entire view 2

Hamblin, Pewter Platter, 13.5-Inches. This 13 1/2'' platter was made either by Samuel Hamlin Sr. 1767-1801 or by his son Samuel E. Hamlin, Jr. 1801-1856., marks view



William Eddon Double Dome Lid Pewter Tankard
Date/Period: 1715-1725


William Eddon Double Dome Lid Pewter Tankard, entire view

Measurement: Height: 6.25"

Material: Pewter

Condition: The tankard is in near fine condition with a good double struck touch of
Eddon’s “hourglass” device.

Additional Information: English export pewter tankard by William Eddon…a significant exporter to America. Most of his products were mugs and tankards. He was a pewterer who kept up with the latest fashions. The first tankards he produced were flat lids. Next came double dome tankards like the one shown here. This tankard employs the handle of a pint size tankard on a tankard of pint and one-half capacity.

$1,700.00

1165-5


William Eddon Double Dome Lid Pewter Tankard, entire view 2

William Eddon Double Dome Lid Pewter Tankard, entire view 3

William Eddon Double Dome Lid Pewter Tankard, mark detail



Ash and Hutton Tulip Form Dome-Lidded Pewter Tankard
Ash & Hutton were pewterers working in Bristol, England from 1741-1768.
They had a strong export market particularly in New England.
Date/Period: Mid-18th Century


Ash and Hutton Tulip Form Dome-Lidded Pewter Tankard Ash & Hutton were pewterers working in Bristol, England from 1741-1768. They had a strong export market particularly in New England, entire view

Measurement: The tankard measures 7 1/2" tall to the top of the thumbpiece.

Material: Pewter

Condition: Fine, very good condition on the exterior showing use. The interior is fine
with a fine "as struck" touch.

Additional Information: The body design is more slender than contemporary tulip form
tankards from London. This example has an attractive "heart" pierced chair-back
thumbpiece; single-curve handle with hooded ball terminal.

Products seen here include tankards, plates, dishes, basins, and porringers. We
believe that all tankards found on this side of the pond are of tulip form.

This tankard came from the collection of Mr. & Mrs. Paul Young. A note accompanied
this piece with the following information: Bought 11/67 at auction. Came from the house
of a Poughkeepsie woman whose father was a retired minister. The tankard was given
to him by his church and was thought to have been a Communion Flagon.

$2,500.00

1165-4


Ash and Hutton Tulip Form Dome-Lidded Pewter Tankard Ash & Hutton were pewterers working in Bristol, England from 1741-1768. They had a strong export market particularly in New England, entire view 2

Ash and Hutton Tulip Form Dome-Lidded Pewter Tankard Ash & Hutton were pewterers working in Bristol, England from 1741-1768. They had a strong export market particularly in New England, entire view 3

Ash and Hutton Tulip Form Dome-Lidded Pewter Tankard Ash & Hutton were pewterers working in Bristol, England from 1741-1768. They had a strong export market particularly in New England, mark view



A Fine Eben Smith Pear Shape Pewter Teapot
Beverly, Massachusetts
Date/Period: 1825-1830


A Fine Eben Smith Pear Shape Pewter Teapot Beverly, Massachusetts, entire view

Measurement: The teapot measures 7.5" tall to the top of the finial

Material: Pewter

Condition: This is the finest condition pear form Eben Smith pot we have ever seen.
The exterior has a very few extremely minor blemishes. The front of the spout has a few
minor dents. The interior surface shows all the lathe turning marks clearly. There is a
casting defect on the bottom.

Additional Information: A truly fine example by this man and in a condition that it
would be hard to find one better. Eben Smith worked in Beverly, Massachusetts from
1814-1856 in the same building as Israel Trask, another Beverly, pewterer, and it is
most interesting that the store front is still there.

$1,400.00

1165-3


A Fine Eben Smith Pear Shape Pewter Teapot Beverly, Massachusetts, entire view 2

A Fine Eben Smith Pear Shape Pewter Teapot Beverly, Massachusetts, mark view



A Fine John Townsend Pewter Pot, Quart, Scarce Mark
The quality of Townsend’s fine work and his designs is always excellent…
Date/Period: 1760s


A Fine John Townsend Pewter Pot, Quart, Scarce Mark The quality of Townsend’s fine work and his designs is always excellent…, entire view

Measurement: The pot measures 7" to the top of the finial

Material: Pewter, Cherrywood handle

Condition: This pot is in fine condition inside and out. The handle is restored and is
carved from antique cherry wood. The handle design is based on a design used by
Townsend.

Additional Information: This quart pot is of a design Townsend also produced in Pint
and Pint and One-Half sizes. The teapot is marked with a relatively scarce mark of
Townsend with "stars" in the border where the date 1748 is usually found. It is believed
he used this mark for a short time in-between partnership, circa the 1760's.

John Townsend produced what is probably the most widely recognized Export
Pewter. He worked from 1748 until his death in 1801. He had numbers of partnership
and was succeeded by his Son-in-Law and Grandson. The firms produced a wide
variety of forms including plates, dishes, basins, teapots, porringers, mugs, tankards,
beakers, spoons etc.

$2,725.00

1165-2


A Fine John Townsend Pewter Pot, Quart, Scarce Mark The quality of Townsend’s fine work and his designs is always excellent…, entire view 2

A Fine John Townsend Pewter Pot, Quart, Scarce Mark The quality of Townsend’s fine work and his designs is always excellent…, mark view



Antique Pewter, Quart Mug, Parks Boyd, 5.5-Inch
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (1795-1819)


Antique Pewter, Quart Mug, Parks Boyd, 5.5-Inch
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (1795-1819), entire view

A circa 1805 Philadelphia mug bearing the touch of Parks Boyd


Antique Pewter, Quart Mug, Parks Boyd, 5.5-Inch
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (1795-1819), mark detail

$3,125.00

365-361




Antique Pewter, Quart Tankard, Tulip, Dome Lid
By William Charlesley, London, (1729-1764)


Antique Pewter, Quart Tankard, Tulip, Dome Lid
By William Charlesley, London, (1729-1764), entire view

Much of his output was made for the American trade
Of baluster/tulip form with domed lid, scrolled handle,
maker’s mark…on a circular foot. (Height: 7.75")


Antique Pewter, Quart Tankard, Tulip, Dome Lid
By William Charlesley, London, (1729-1764), mark detail

$1,875.00

365-360




Antique American Narrow Rim Pewter Dish
James Porter, Connecticut Valley & Baltimore (1795-1803)


Antique American Narrow Rim Pewter Dish
James Porter, Connecticut Valley & Baltimore (1795-1803), entire view

An extremely rare pewter deep dish bearing the marks of James Porter; impressed on
underside with two marks; Jacobs 233. (Diameter: 11”)


Antique American Narrow Rim Pewter Dish
James Porter, Connecticut Valley & Baltimore (1795-1803), marks detail

$1,565.00

365-362




Narrow Rim Pewter Plate, Made by Boardman, and Co. (Boardman & Hart)
Date/Period: 1822-1827


Narrow Rim Pewter Plate, Made by Boardman, and Co. (Boardman & Hart), entire view 1

Measurement: Diameter: 10.75"

Material: Pewter

Condition: Fine, good touch [Jacobs mark: 47]

Additional Information: A pewter plate, Thomas D. Boardman's firm of Hartford,
Connecticut had many partnership’s including Boardman & Hart makers of this 10.75-
inch narrow rim pewter plate. These plates were frequently used in communion
services. Made by Boardman and Co. (Boardman & Hart) circa -1822-27. Marked New
York but undoubtedly made in Hartford and marketed through the New York Office.

$525.00

1165-15


Narrow Rim Pewter Plate, Made by Boardman, and Co. (Boardman & Hart), entire view 2

Narrow Rim Pewter Plate, Made by Boardman, and Co. (Boardman & Hart), marks view



Pewter Single Reed Charger
Robert Burch, Sr. (active 1755 to 1800)
England


Antique Pewter Single Reed Charger by Robert Burch, Sr., English, entire view

Diameter: 14.75”

$475

365-225


Antique Pewter Single Reed Charger by Robert Burch, Sr., English, marks detail
Antique Pewter Single Reed Charger by Robert Burch, Sr., English, london mark detail



Pewter Porringer
Signed Danforth (active 1795 to 1816)
American


Antique Pewter Porringer Signed Danforth, American, entire view

1.5 by 6 by 4.25”

$525

365-233


Antique Pewter Porringer Signed Danforth, American, handle and mark detail



Pewter Status Container
William Eddon (active 1690 to 1747)
London, England


Antique Pewter Status Container by William Eddon, English, angle view

Very rare status liquid container with maker’s pot touch under the base. Screw-off lid retains large ring for strap attachment, worn engraving on tongued thumb rest identical to ‘TH’ ownership cartouche. 27 fl oz. capacity. Excellent condition, original patina.
H: 8.5” Diameter: 2 7/8”

$2,350

365-246


Antique Pewter Status Container by William Eddon, English, entire view
Antique Pewter Status Container by William Eddon, English, mark detail



Pewter Octagonal Base Salt
Mid 18th century


Antique Pewter Octagonal Base Salt, Mid 18th Century, entire view

Unmarked salt of uncertain origin. Excellent condition, original surface patina.
H: 2.25” Diameter: 2.5”

$395

365-265




Pewter Pichet
Probably 1794 to 1800
Paris, France


Antique Pewter Pichet, Paris, France, Probably 1794, entire view

Unmarked pichet (jug), made when pewter smiths were not legally required to mark their merchandise. Pichet was made lidless. Excellent condition with small notch cut out of rim, probably to assist pouring. Original surface patina.
H: 5 3/8” Diameter: 2 7/8”

$425

365-261




Pewter Export Sauce or Gravy Boat
Townsend & Giffin (active 1770 to 1778)
London, England


Antique Pewter Export Sauce/Gravy Boat, Townsend and Griffin, London, entire view

Heavily cast boat. Maker’s mark struck to the left of the handle, ownership mark ‘JC’ to the right. Excellent condition, original patina.
4 by 4.25 by 7.75”

$400

365-258


Antique Pewter Export Sauce/Gravy Boat, Townsend and Griffin, London, mark detail



Pewter Pair of Pedestal Salts
C. 1790 to 1810


Antique Pair of Pewter Pedestal Salts, Circa 1790, entire view

Pair of pedestal salts with decorated rim. Excellent condition with some oxide shading.
H: 2.25” Diameter: 2.5”

$365

365-257




Antique Pewter Tasting Porringer, R. Lee
Springfield, Vermont, circa 1795


Antique Pewter Tasting Porringer, R. Lee
Springfield, Vermont, circa 1795, entire view

The handle bearing Jacobs 201 touch mark
(Bowl diameter: 2.25"; length: 3.25")


Antique Pewter Tasting Porringer, R. Lee
Springfield, Vermont, circa 1795, entire view 2

Antique Pewter Tasting Porringer, R. Lee
Springfield, Vermont, circa 1795, handle detail

$1,200.00

365-365




Antique Pewter, Scarce Lidded Pint Tankard, Tulip Form
Robert Bush, Bristol, England, late 18th Century


Antique Pewter, Scarce Lidded Pint Tankard, Tulip Form
Robert Bush, Bristol, England, late 18th Century, entire view

Marked on inside bottom, open chair-back thumbpiece, double scroll handle with bird
head terminus. (Very good condition, nice patina; height: 7.5")


Antique Pewter, Scarce Lidded Pint Tankard, Tulip Form
Robert Bush, Bristol, England, late 18th Century, mark detail

$1,435.00

660-38




Antique Pewter, Scottish Crested
Pewter Tappit Hen Measure
Glasgow or Edinburgh, circa 1750-1800


Antique Pewter, Scottish Crested Pewter Tappit Hen Measure
Glasgow or Edinburgh, circa 1750-1800, entire view 1

Scots pint capacity, of typical waisted/shouldered form, multiple incised concentric rings
to body; erect ribbed thumbpiece. Ownership initials “WM” engraved in collar, nice
medium gray patina. (Height: 12"; width: 18.5"; depth: 18.25")


Antique Pewter, Scottish Crested Pewter Tappit Hen Measure
Glasgow or Edinburgh, circa 1750-1800, entire view 2

Antique Pewter, Scottish Crested Pewter Tappit Hen Measure
Glasgow or Edinburgh, circa 1750-1800, detail view

$625.00

660-39




Antique, Pewter Infant Feeder,
Baby Nursing Bottle, Scots Pint Capacity
Unknown Maker, circa 1780-1850


Antique, Pewter Infant Feeder, Baby Nursing Bottle, Scots Pint Capacity
Unknown Maker, circa 1780-1850, entire view

Bulbous sucking pot on circular foot marked “JR [centering bullet] above downward
pointing arrow
”. (Very good condition, typical minor dings; height: 6.25")


Antique, Pewter Infant Feeder, Baby Nursing Bottle, Scots Pint Capacity
Unknown Maker, circa 1780-1850, mark view

$235.00

660-37




Antique Pewter Master Salt, Four Lobe Trencher
Richard Pitt, London (1747-1792)


Antique Pewter Master Salt, Four Lobe Trencher
Richard Pitt, London (1747-1792), entire view

Maker’s mark stamped within the underside of bottom
Cotterell – 3697 (1.25" x 4.25" x 3")


Antique Pewter Master Salt, Four Lobe Trencher
Richard Pitt, London (1747-1792), marks detail

$975.00

365-363




Antique Pewter Pint Bud Baluster Measure
By William Hogg, Newcastle, 1780-1815


Antique Pewter Pint Bud Baluster Measure
By William Hogg, Newcastle, 1780-1815, entire view

A 6-inch, pint baluster measure with waisted profile displaying three
pair of concentric rings centered by galleried rim and flared base.
Strap handle with bud thumbpiece; flat hinged lid displaying single pair
of rings at border. Stamped to left of handle t is a square mark, the touch/label of
William Hogg. This particular touch was recognized in recent years as being associated
with William Hogg; only found on mugs; always to the left of the handle and only found
on mugs that may or may not have another marking associated with Hogg. Association
is by marking or molds only related to his marked works. Research on this mark was
done and compiled by John Bank in England. (Height: 6")


Antique Pewter Pint Bud Baluster Measure
By William Hogg, Newcastle, 1780-1815, marks detail

$885.00

365-355




Antique Pewter Charger, Volunteer Firemen, Handtub, Burning Building
TO THE BEST OF THE CHEVALIER FIREMEN, 1830
AU PLUS BEAUCOUPDES CHEVALIERS POMPIERS


Antique Pewter Charger, Volunteer Firemen, Handtub, Burning Building
TO THE BEST OF THE CHEVALIER FIREMEN, 1830
AU PLUS BEAUCOUPDES CHEVALIERS POMPIERS, entire view

The reverse with touch marks of a pewterer in Geneva
The firefighters training water on a burning building within fabulously engraved
undulating border; the reeded broad rim features oakleaf and acorn border.
(Fine original condition; 16.5” diameter.)


Antique Pewter Charger, Volunteer Firemen, Handtub, Burning Building
TO THE BEST OF THE CHEVALIER FIREMEN, 1830
AU PLUS BEAUCOUPDES CHEVALIERS POMPIERS, back view

Antique Pewter Charger, Volunteer Firemen, Handtub, Burning Building
TO THE BEST OF THE CHEVALIER FIREMEN, 1830
AU PLUS BEAUCOUPDES CHEVALIERS POMPIERS, detail view 1

Antique Pewter Charger, Volunteer Firemen, Handtub, Burning Building
TO THE BEST OF THE CHEVALIER FIREMEN, 1830
AU PLUS BEAUCOUPDES CHEVALIERS POMPIERS, detail view 2

Antique Pewter Charger, Volunteer Firemen, Handtub, Burning Building
TO THE BEST OF THE CHEVALIER FIREMEN, 1830
AU PLUS BEAUCOUPDES CHEVALIERS POMPIERS, marks detail

ON HOLD

232-376




Pewter Broad Rim Plate
Unknown English maker, 1670 to 1690


Antique Pewter Broad Rim Plate, English, Circa 1670, entire view

Broad rim plate with 39% degree of “broadness.” Raised reed on outer edge of surface, unidentified English hallmarks on rim. Very good used condition with some oxidized areas on the face, partially cleaned reverse surface.
Diameter: 10”

$895

365-286


Antique Pewter Broad Rim Plate, English, Circa 1670, marks detail



Pewter Pint Tankard
Robert Banks (active 1720 to 1748)
Wigan, England


Antique Pewter Pint Tankard by Robert Banks, England, angle view

Rare, possibly unique tulip tankard. Cut-card decoration on handle, early form of spade terminal. Double-domed lid has ‘keeper ring’ inside. Body has a single central fillet, narrow incised lines visible above handle attachment. Excellent condition.
H: 6.25” Diameter: 3.57”

$2,675

365-287




Pewter Cast Salt
Unknown European Maker, mid 19th century


Antique Pewter Cast Salt, Unknown Maker, European, 19th Century, entire view

Round based pedestal salt, decorated with oak leaf and tulip design. Crude initials ‘P = B’ engraved on base. Very good condition, original patina.
H: 2.5” Diameter: 2.75”

$85

365-288




Pewter Tiny Salt
England, late 17th or early 18th century


Antique Tiny Pewter Salt, English, Late 17th Century, angle view

Rare, possibly unique and tiny capstan salt. Turning lines under base, incised lines on the rim and foot. Excellent condition, original surface patina.
H: 1.25” Diameter: 1 7/8”

$625

365-289




Pewter Georgian Salt
England, Circa 1740


Antique Pewter Georgian Salt, English, Circa 1740, entire view

Unmarked early Georgian salt, decorated with incised lines to domed foot and under lip. Very good used condition, original patina.
H: 2.25” Diameter: 2.25”

$245

365-290




Pewter Teapot
Philip Matthews (active 1736 to 1753)
London, England


Antique Pewter Teapot by Philip Matthews, London, entire view

Low dome teapot with original wooden handle and knop button. Functional five-lug hinge, four-gill size body. Maker’s mark under crowned ‘X’, located beneath the base. Very good cleaned condition, some interior oxide pitting.
H: 5.25” L: 7”

$2,585

365-291


Antique Pewter Teapot by Philip Matthews, London, mark detail



Pewter Pedestal Salt
American Maker, mid 19th century


Antique Pewter Pedestal Salt, American, Mid 19th Century, entire view

Small pedestal salt. No maker’s mark, initials ‘IB’ engraved on exterior bowl surface. Excellent condition, original surface patina.
H: 1 5/8” Diameter: 2.5”

$75

365-292




Pewter Pint Funnel Mug
Sanders & Sons (active 1868 to 1910)
London, England


Antique Pewter Pint Funnel Mug by Sanders and Sons, London, entire view

H: 4.5”

$250

365-294


Antique Pewter Pint Funnel Mug by Sanders and Sons, London, angle view
Antique Pewter Pint Funnel Mug by Sanders and Sons, London, mark detail



Pewter Snuff
London, England


Antique Pewter Snuff, London, entire view

Oval shape to fit in palm, functional hinge. Decorated with initials and foliate design throughout.
3” by 2”

$125

365-298




Pewter American Gill Bud Baluster Measure
Circa 18th century
British Manufacturer


Antique Pewter American Gill Bud Balastur Measure, 18th Century, entire view

Engraved with ‘CM’ for ‘Commonwealth’ and ‘CS’ for ‘County of Suffolk.’
H: 3.5” Diameter: 2”

$425

365-297


Antique Pewter American Gill Bud Balastur Measure, 18th Century, angle view
Antique Pewter American Gill Bud Balastur Measure, 18th Century, lid detail



Pewter ‘Queen Anne’ Cast Teapot
Unknown English Maker, 19th century


Antique Pewter Queen Anne Cast Teapot, 19th Century, entire view

Teapot with tall domed lid with milled edge, original black painted handle and bone finial button. 18 fl oz. capacity. This form was typically made for North African/Middle Eastern clients in different sizes. Unidentified ‘S’ maker’s mark over crowned ‘X’ under base. Excellent condition, original patina.
H: 6.25” Diameter: 2.75”

$125

365-301


Antique Pewter Queen Anne Cast Teapot, 19th Century, mark detail



Pewter Quart Ale Tankard
Richard King (active 1750 to 1760)
London, England


Antique Pewter Quart Ale Tankard by Richard King, London, entire view

Tulip body with low fillet, pedestal base, and double-domed lid. Five-part hinge with brass pin, draped chairback thumbpiece and teardrop cutout on hollow handle with hooded ball terminal. Maker’s touch in base with four hallmarks, a crowned WR and crowned by to left of handle. 1 OEAS quart capacity. Excellent condition, original patina.
H: 8” Diameter: 4.25”

$2,575

365-303


Antique Pewter Quart Ale Tankard by Richard King, London, mark detail



Pewter Wine Flask
Unidentified English Maker (active 1740 to 1760)
London, England


Antique Pewter Wine Flask by Unidentified Maker, London, entire view

Rare, possibly unique globular form of pint capacity wine flask. Decorated hangers on each side suggest that it was suspended on a cord or leather strap from a belt, rather than kept in a pocket. Functional screw-off cap, turning lines under base. Pot touch of ‘TS’ under base, possibly Thomas Swanson. Excellent condition, original patina and some oxide shading.
H: 6” Diameter: 2.75”

$775

365-304


Antique Pewter Wine Flask by Unidentified Maker, London, mark detail



Pewter Tablespoon
Early 19th century
England


Antique Pewter Tablespoon, English, 19th Century, entire view

Unidentified maker, marked with ‘crowned WR’ and ‘PATENT’ on reverse handle. Excellent condition, original patina.

$65

365-272




Pewter Multi-reed Plate
English maker, London


Antique Pewter Multi Reed Plate, London, entire view

Multi-reed plate with edge finish, mixed small and large cast reeds. Unidentified maker’s marks in three locations: crowned ‘L’ flanked by a rose, crowned ‘X’ over ‘LONDON’ on reverse. Excellent condition with exception to old, shallow scrape on reverse edge.
Diameter: 9 5/8”

$825

365-274


Antique Pewter Multi Reed Plate, London, marks detail 1
Antique Pewter Multi Reed Plate, London, marks detail 2



Pewter Domed Inkstand
C. 1860 to 1880
Sheffield, England


Antique Pewter Domed Inkstand, English, Circa 1860, entire view

Unusual shaped inkstand, with rotating domed cover that retracts into base when opened. Excellent used condition, original surface patina.
H: 2.5” Diameter: 4”

$245

365-275




Pewter Cubed Inkstand
C. 1780 to 1800
England or Ireland


Antique Pewter Cubed Inkstand, English or Irish, Circa 1780, entire view

Good example of ‘cube’ inkstand, often an Irish form. One well and two drawers, removable lid and built-in round inkpot, which helps to attach and stabilize the top to the body of the inkstand. Domed lid with five-part hinge, four pen holders, two drawers below. Excellent condition, original surface patina.
H: 4” Base: 3” by 3”

$560

365-276




Pewter Half Pint Loving Cup
Abel Grove (active 1815 to 1845)
Birmingham, England


Antique Pewter Half Pint Loving Cup, By Abel Grove, England, entire view

Pre-Imperial loving cup, feint around body indicates maker. ‘1795’ and crowns added later, incised solid strap handles with pointed terminals, plain body on reeded pedestal base. Excellent condition, original surface patina.
H: 5” Diameter: 3 3/8”

$275

365-278




Pewter Two Handled Cup
William Eddon (active 1690 to 1747)
London, England


Antique Pewter Two Handled Cup, by William Eddon, London, entire view

Very rare cup, unusual for its small size. 8.4 fl oz. capacity. Plain surfaced body with pedestal base, turning marks and pot touch on interior surface. Twin tongued thumbrest handles ball terminals. Very good condition, original surface patina.
H: 3.5” Diameter: 2.75”

$725

365-280




Pewter Crested Chopin Tappit Hen
English, c. 1800


Antique Pewter Crested Chopin Tappit Hen, Circa 1800, entire view

Shallow dome lid, erect thumbpiece, and 3-lug hinge. Turning lines under base and incise lines at edges and join to handle. Very good condition.
H: 9” Diameter 3 7/8”

$1,725

365-251




Pewter Cream Jug
English, 1750 to 1780


Antique Pewter Cream Jug, English, Circa 1750, entire view

Urn-shaped body with hollow square base, engraved exterior. Ownership initials JP on oval cartouche. Noteworthy because of its cast pewter make rather than Britannia metal. Excellent exterior condition, some pitting to interior.
H: 6.5” Base: 2.25”

$875

365-252




Pewter Castor Oil Spoon
Antoine Caron, marked
French, 19th century


Antique Pewter Castor Oil Spoon, marked Antoine Caron, 19th Century, entire view

A French version of the Gibson castor oil spoon, designed to give a single dosage of the nasty stuff. Excellent condition with original surface patina.
L: 9 1/8”

$295

365-254


Antique Pewter Castor Oil Spoon, marked Antoine Caron, 19th Century, mark detail



Pewter Half Pint Wine Measure
England, Middle or Northwest
Second half of 18th century


Antique Pewter Half Pint Wine Measure, English, 18th Century, entire view

Provincial craftsman-made. Tall plain body with slightly flared rim, strap handle and simple thumb rest, joined to the body with a short strut. No evidence that it ever had a lid. Full capacity is 8.4 fl oz. Excellent condition, original surface patina.
H: 4.5” Diameter: 2.5”

$475

365-255




Pewter Spoon
T and T Compton (active 1802 to 1814)
London, England


Antique Pewter Spoon by T and T Compton, London, entire view

Cast decorated edge spoon by Thomas and Townsend Compton. Marked on the rear surface of handle with a crowned ‘X’. Excellent condition, original surface patina.

$115

365-256




Pewter Pichet
Chartres, France, 18th century


Antique Pewter Pichet, French, 18th Century, entire view

Rare mid-18th century French pichet (jug) with an erect thumbpiece. Excellent condition, original surface patina.
H: 6”

$950

365-259




Pewter Pichet
Chartres, France, 18th century


Antique Pewter Pichet, Chartres, France, 18th Century, entire view

Rare mid-18th century French pichet (jug) with an erect thumbpiece and inset lid. Excellent condition, original surface patina.
H: 5.75”

$975

365-260




Pewter Spoon
Possibly Christian Will (active 1770 to 1789)
New York


Antique Pewter Spoon, Probably by Christian Will, New York, entire view

Rare American spoon, possibly crafted by Christian Will, with ‘C*W’ mark on reverse surface of handle. Decorated with tracery on the upper stem, and a shell on reverse of bowl. Upper reverse of handle shows urn or basket full of fruit and flowers, next to ownership initials ‘DB’. Excellent condition, original surface patina.
L: 8”

$750

365-266


Antique Pewter Spoon, Probably by Christian Will, New York, back entire view
Antique Pewter Spoon, Probably by Christian Will, New York, handle detail
Antique Pewter Spoon, Probably by Christian Will, New York, mark detail



Pewter Snuff Box
John and Davide Waude (active 1861 to 1880)
London, England


Antique Pewter Snuff Box, John and Davide Waude, London, entire view

Rare example of a marked pewter snuffbox (mark on underside surface of lid), raised cartouche on lid exterior with some scratch engraving. Lid closes smoothly with no hinge damage. Good condition, original patina.
L: 2.25” W: 1 5/8” H: 5/8”

$365

365-267




Pewter ‘Lady’ Flask
Mid 19th century


Antique Pewter 'Lady' Flask, Mid 19th Century, entire view

Screw-top miniature flask, made to fit in a lady’s purse for a ‘wee dram’ of libation. Excellent, lightly used condition, original patina.
L: 3 1/8” W: 1 5/8” D: .75”

$125

365-268




Pewter Salt
Mid 18th century
Probably British - SOLD


Antique Pewter Salt, Probably British, Mid 18th Century, entire view

Unmarked salt with beaded edge, form and shape indicate British maker. Excellent condition, original patina.
H: 1 7/8” Diameter: 2.75”

SOLD

365-269




Pewter Decorated Tablespoon
Late 18th or early 19th century
London, England


Antique Pewter Decorated Tablespoon, London, Late 18th Century, entire view

English tablespoon with cast decoration on handle, unidentified maker. Marked LONDON on reverse handle surface. Excellent condition, original patina.
L: 8”

$95

365-270




Pewter Basin
Albany, NY


Antique Pewter Basin, Albany, New York, entire view

H: 2” Diameter

$485

365-271


Antique Pewter Basin, Albany, New York, mark detail



Pewter Plain Rim Plate
Aquila Daskombe (active 1744 to 1783)
London, England


Antique Pewter Plain Rim Plate by Aquila Daskombe, English, entire view

Diameter: 9.5”

$65

365-227


Antique Pewter Plain Rim Plate by Aquila Daskombe, English, marks detail



Pewter ‘LOVE’ Plate
American
Last half of 18th century


Antique Pewter 'LOVE' Plate, American, 18th Century, entire view

Diameter: 7.75”

$375

365-228


Antique Pewter 'LOVE' Plate, American, 18th Century, marks detail



Pewter Plate
Stynt Duncombe (1745 to 1767)
Bewdley, England


Antique Pewter Plate by Stynt Duncombe, English, entire view

Diameter: 7.5”

$68

365-230


Antique Pewter Plate by Stynt Duncombe, English, marks detail



Pewter Spoon with Round Bowl
Stamped on Handle, 17th century


Antique Pewter Spoon with Round Bowl, 17th Century, entire view

H: 7”

$115

365-236




Pewter Cruet Set, mid 19th Century


Antique Pewter Cruet Set, Mid 19th Century, entire view

H: 9.5”

$325

365-237




Pewter Pint Haystack Measure
Ireland, early to mid 19th century


Antique Pewter Pint Haystack Measure, Ireland, 19th Centur, entire view

H: 6”

$335

365-238


Antique Pewter Pint Haystack Measure, Ireland, 19th Centur, mark detail



Pewter Tea Caddy
Marked ‘1766’
Dutch


Antique Pewter Tea Caddy, Marked 1766, Dutch, entire view

Rare mid-18th century pewter tea caddy marked by unidentified maker under base. Wrigglework on all six panels, lid removable. Excellent condition and patina.
H: 5.25”

$950

365-245




Pewter Creamer
Philip Matthews (active 1736 to 1753)
London, England


Antique Pewter Creamer by Philip Matthews, London, entire view

Less common form of pewter creamer by maker. Excellent condition.
H: 4”, Diameter: 1 7/8”

$1,775

365-248


Antique Pewter Creamer by Philip Matthews, London, mark detail



Pair of Quart Pewter Flagons
Robert Bush II (active 1796 to 1820)
Bristol, England


Antique Pair of Quart Pewter Flagons by Robert Bush, England, pair view

Excellent examples of late 18th century spire flagons. Tall triple domed lid and a 5-part hinge that attaches double-scrolled handle. Scraping marks visible on underside surface where flagons were hand-finished, turning lines under the base. Pristine condition with original surface patina.
H: 9”

$2,950

365-250


Antique Pair of Quart Pewter Flagons by Robert Bush, England, mark detail




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