Mustard – Walton & Co – Cane Cut, Sterling
Edwardian cane cut mustard pot with sterling rim, hinged lid, leaf thumb tab, and suspended handle, made by George Edwin Walton & Co. Ltd., Birmingham, 1906. Together with an Edwardian sterling silver scrolling finial spoon made by Arthur Joseph Mason, Birmingham, 1907.
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MAKER: G E Walton & Co. Ltd. (Birmingham, 1907) / Arthur Joseph Mason (Birmingham (1908)
FORM: Mustard / Spoon
MEDIUM: Sterling Silver, Glass
MARKINGS: mustard marked on front of collar, “[G.E.W] [ANCHOR] [LION PASSANT] [1907 g]”; mustard marked underside of lid, “[LION PASSANT] [1906 g]”; marked underside of bowl, “[A.M] / [ANCHOR] [LION PASSANT] [1907 h]”
DIMENSIONS: 2 ⅛” High x 2 ¼” Wide at handle (mustard); 3” long (spoon)
WEIGHT: 62.7 grams (mustard pot); 4.7 grams (spoon)
CONDITION: Excellent Vintage Condition – no damage, no restoration.
For accuracy: while the spoon and pot are a marriage the scrolled finial compliments the tripartite hinge decor.
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