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07/23/2019 01:42 PM
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(3) PIECES OLD PEWTER

Age: 80+ years

Size: See Comments

Rating: 7

Comments: This offering is for three pieces of old pewter. Included is a covered stein which is 8 3/4” tall with a 5” base diameter. It has a few dents and has a hallmark to the right of the handle which appears to be an eagle with crossed arrows. The top is hinged. Also, a tall pitcher with a spout and an attached handle which measures 6 5/8” tall. It has a few large dents which are not very deep. The upper rim is also slightly out of round. It is marked on the bottom “Concord Pewter 375”. Lastly, a tall teapot measuring 11 3/4” tall with a 5 1/4” diameter raised base. It has no dents but a cut or melt of the base edge. It features a hinged lid and a strained spout. It is marked on the bottom “Viners of Sheffield, English Pewter, Made in England, 18”. A nice collection to use or display.

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