A George II Silver Sugar Bowl, London 1743
A George II silver sugar bowl of plain circular form, rising from a circular foot. The rim is decorated with a stepped circular band. Engraved to the side with a wolf rampant.
Clearly hallmarked for London 1743, with the maker’s mark SM over a star in a heart-shaped punch.
In excellent condition, with no signs or repair or damage, and only very slight bruising to the body. Thick gauge and lovely patina.
Diameter of rim: 12cm or 4 ¾ inches
Diameter of foot: 7cm or 2 ¾ inches
Height: 7.5cm or 3 inches
Weight: 255g or 9 oz or 8.2 ounces Troy