Lot 16    

Set of Six Pewter Baluster Measures,
2008, Summer Decorative Arts Auction, June 21,
English, 19th century, all bellied in sizes to include: quart, pint, half pint each marked James Yates; also gill, half gill and quarter gill.

Condition:  
Unpolished, some denting.
Sold: $258.75
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