A Mappin and Webb Silver Sugar Caster. Chester 1936SOLD

This is a very fine example of a silver sugar caster by the well known firm of Mappin and Webb. It is large and of fine quality, heavy and well made. The silver sugar caster measures over 8 inches tall and weighs 387g.

It is emulating a silver sugar caster of around 1700, being in the same light house style, with Queen Anne half fluting and a bayonet fitting. A very good example of 20th century Chester silver, made in an excellent gauge of silver. It is a very handsome piece, and satisfying to hold.

A fine Chester Silver sugar caster made by Mappin and Webb in 1936.

Type: Sugar Caster
Function: Dining
Maker: Mappin and Webb
Country: England


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