Marked by Augustine Courtauld (1686–1751)
Object Place: London
Overall: 11 x 23.5 x 19.7 cm (4 5/16 x 9 1/4 x 7 3/4 in.) Weight: 38 oz 4 dwt (1190g)
Medium or Technique
Silver (sterling standard)
Alan and Simone Hartman Galleries (Gallery 241A)
Of oval double-lipped form on spreading oval bases, with scalloped molded rims, each long side with two waisted multi-scroll handles. Engraved on the side between a spout and handle with a coat of arms within foliate scroll and fish-scale mantling suromounted by a stylized shell.
Engraved on side: arms of Mills those impaling those of another.
Struck under base with hallmarks (leopard's head, lion passant, date letter for 1725-6) and with maker's mark of Augustine Courtauld.
By 1933, Lord Hillingdon; June 21, 1933, sold by Lord Hilingdon, at Christie's, London, lot 62. William Comyns & Son Ltd, London. November 17, 1988, sold by anonymous owner at Sotheby's, London, lot 96. S. J. Shrubsole Corp., New York; By 1996, most probably sold by S. J. Shrubsole to Alan and Simone Hartman, New York, NY; 2001, gift of Alan and Simone Hartman. (Accession date: February 21, 2001)
Gift of Alan and Simone Hartman and Harriet J. Bradbury Fund