A very fine sterling silver sugar caster, with a repousse fern design. It has a pull-off cover and vacant cartouche.
It is marked twice: once on the body and once on the interior of the top. Hallmarked London 1902. The maker is C.C. Pilling. The maker's mark "CCP" is more clearly seen on the pull-off lid.
It is 7-3/4" high 3/8 inches; base diameter 2-5/8". It weighs 187 grams.
This beautiful caster is in excellent condition.
This caster is a consignment. I will take your reasonable offer to the owner.
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