London, circa 1650
Maker's Mark G.S.
Length: 6 3/4 inches (17.2 cm.)
Weight: 8 oz, 226 gr
This maker's mark is listed in Sir Charles James Jackson's book on English Goldsmiths and their marks, page 83.
Circular with slightly flared rim, chased with band of flowers and scrolls.
Foliate scroll handles, the base chased with stylized flower.
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