10: A GROUP OF EUROPEAN PEWTER
A GROUP OF EUROPEAN PEWTER
The group consisting of: (1) from England: a small teapot, a lidded sugar, and a porringer; (2) from France: 7 small footed bowls, 4 plates, 3 footed bowls with a handle and hanging ring (blood-letting bowls); and 1 large deep plate with a scalloped edge and a notch in the rim (blood-letting bowl); (3) from Germany: 4 plates with beaded rims, and a small 3-piece creamer, sugar, and tray set; (4) from Italy: a large oval tray with a gadrooned border, a long oval tray with a scalloped edge and two handles, a small covered dish with a petal-like lid and body, and a footed tureen with a gadrooned lid and body and a modeled eggplant atop the lid; and (5) two unmarked napkin rings of unknown origin. 31 pieces
Longest tray: 1 x 8 7/8 x 15 ½ inches.