An Extraordinarily Large 18th Century Two-Handled Cup
The well-shaped body, with a single fillet and two bold S-shape handles, with ball terminals, standing on a shaped flared foot.
Impressed maker’s mark to the base (unrecorded) of T I within a heart.
Lovely soft “grey” colour and surface.
English, possibly London, circa 1730-50.
Provenance – part of the Frank Holt pewter collection, sold Phillips, Chester, October 1998.
Height 6.5 inches, width across the handles, 10.5 inches.