This sterling silver mustard pot is quite impressive. The cut work sterling silver sleeve houses the cobalt blue glass liner and the lid is sterling silver with a delicate finial top.
I certainly would use this pot for mustard, but also heavy sauces, jelly or jam. Quite frankly I think that is part of the fun of the piece, using it for different condiments. It certainly will be noticed on any table – be it breakfast, lunch or dinner garniture.
I have included a small ladle with the pot but it is not original to the pot. The ladle is marked silver plate with the manufacture's logo on the back which I can not identify.
The stamps on the bottom of the base and the inside of the lid read "Sterling" with the "Webster logo". The mustard pot is 3" tall (from base to top of finial) X 2 1/8" (at widest part) X 2" (at the base). The ladle is 3 ½" long. The condition is very good. There are no cracks, chips or hairlines. Circa 1930-1940's.
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Item ID: RL-781
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