George III, London, 1755
Maker’s Mark of Augustus Le Sage
Height: 19 cm, 7.4 in.
Weight: 280 g, 9.87 oz
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Of Huguenot descent, examples of his work are incredibly scarce yet highly sought after due to their quality of design and execution. He had workshops in Cockspur Street, London. The works of Augustus Le Sage are represented in a number of important museum collections.Description
The body of the cup shaped as a milk maid holding a milk bucket above her head.
The interior of the bowl silver gilt.
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