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The Royal Scots -  A George III Vase-Shaped Sugar Caster
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The Royal Scots - A George III Vase-Shaped Sugar Caster

Measurements: Height: (21cm) 8.25in



Silver; the body by William Cox, London 1773, and engraved with the badge of the Queen's Regiment Light Infantry Militia (later 3rd Bn The Royal Scots) - ‘Presented to Col. The Duke of Buccleuch K.G. and the Offices of the Queen's Regt. L.I. Militia by Capt. W.H.A. Christie-Miller on Promotion 4th May 1874’, the cover with an indistinct maker's mark, London circa 1745