A Large George III Antique Irish Silver Mug
Enormous.<br /><br />
With original armorial to the front and fully hallmarked to the side.<br /><br />
Joseph Jackson was free of the Dublin Goldsmith's Company in 1775 and was responsible for a diverse selection of objects made in the last quarter of the 18th century. He had a shop in 7 Hoeys Court south side and was apprenticed to Robert Glanville in 1761. He was elected warden of the guild in 1791 to 1793 and Master in 1795-96. He was an exponent of both the Adam and Irish rococo styles where his work displays a note of individuality. He died in 1807. The arms are those of Cromer.
|Size||Height: 6.1 in. (15.5 cm.)|
|Weight||20 oz. 15 dwt.|