This object is eligible for a Certificate of BADA Provenance

A fine early George II covered sugar bowl made in London in 1731 by Ralph Maidman.The bowl is in excellent condition and is fully hallmarked on both the base and the detachable cover.The detachable covers of these rare early bowls were often turned upside down to place articles of tea equipage on, such as mote spoons and sugar nips. Ralph Maidman of Noble Street was a specialist in small holloware such as this and he entered his mark in May 1731 which makes this one of his earliest pieces.


8.5 cms heigh x10.6 cms diameter


7 Troy ozs

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