English Silver Hallmarked Sterling Stein and Lid – Fuller White. George III Period, dated 1760.
A large sterling silver ‘flagon’ with stein and lid, from George III period, it is dated London 1760. The maker is Fuller White, a English silversmith who worked (1744- 1775), Hallmarked with the initials ‘FW’ mark, which is registered in 1758 as Fuller White.
The stein was later decorated with beautiful repousse decorations to the body with foliage, leaf, flowers and scrolls and the spout was added to the stein to make it a ‘flagon’, with these features indicated in the english silver hallmarks with a second collaborator (hallmarked on spout).
Measures: 9 inches in height.
Marked: ‘FW’ initials for Fuller White, it was registered 1758. English silver hallmarks, it dates London, 1760.
Condition: In complete working condition with stein and lid. The flagon is gently used, it does show minimal signs of tarnish and scratches, but can be easily puffed. Features of the decorative repousse patterns and stein were perhaps later added from a second collaborator with multiple english silver hallmarks (images for referral).