American Silver Spout Cup Circa 1720

$19,500.00

An American silver spout cup probably by Thomas Milner, Boston, Mass. circa 1720. 5 1/4 inch high 8 oz 14 dwt.
(Thomas Mullins or Thomas McCullough, both goldsmiths in Boston at the same time may possibly lay claim to the mark.) Kane “A”

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An American silver spout cup probably by Thomas Milner, Boston, Mass. circa 1720. 5 1/4 inch high 8 oz 14 dwt.
(Thomas Mullins or Thomas McCullough, both goldsmiths in Boston at the same time may possibly lay claim to the mark.) Kane “A”

Spout cups of silver are typical of the American Colonial period. They are rare and are a notable addition to any silver collection. This silver spout cup shows a resemblance to the pear-shaped tea pots of the time. Although the purpose of the spout cup is not totally clear, it is assumed that they are for children or invalids.

Available only at Lamb Silver, this spout cup is in excellent condition. It has a curved handle, shallow base, and domed lid.

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