Richard Lee Marked Geometric Embossed Handled Porringer, 1788-1820

Richard Lee, Sr. was a country wanderer, a tradesman with no formal training.  He worked in New Hampshire,
Massachusetts and Springfield Vermont working approximately 1788-1820. Richard Lee, Jr., c. 1795-1816,
worked principally in Vermont but also Massachusetts and possibly Rhode Island.

This taster porringer, with geometric handle embossed with flowers, has a basin bowl that measures 2-1/4" in
diameter.  The porringer has an excellent linen mark and is in excellent condition.


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