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Pair of flagons


RCIN 31756

This pair of silver-gilt flagons was supplied for the Chapel Royal at Whitehall Palace following the Restoration of the monarchy in 1660. The flagons have pear-shaped bodies and are decorated all over with a pattern of overlapping ostrich feathers. The maker's mark may be that of the goldsmith James Beacham, who in 1660 also sold a tankard to the diarist Samuel Pepys.

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