A very rare and unusual Victorian novelty silver plated military drum shaped mustard pot. Circa 1890.
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|Maker||Thomas Hardwood & Son, Birmingham|
A very rare and unusual Victorian novelty silver plated military drum shaped mustard pot beautifully made with a drumstick thumbpiece and a circular buckle handle. The body has a rope effect decoration and a white opeline glass liner. In very good original condition.
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