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Rococo style silver cup with molded and scalloped rim and sides, inscribed "P.A. Dunn". Unascribed leopard head and horse's head mark on bottom. 3-3/8"H, 3.65 oz troy. Tests at 65-75% purity, possibly Continental. Probably mid to late 19th century. Note: P.A. Dunn likely refers to Pauline Dunn (1860-1902) of Nashville, wife of Eugene Castner Lewis, President of the L & N Railroad and Director General of the Tennessee Centennial Exposition. Provenance: Descended in the family of Pauline Dunn and Eugene Castner Lewis. Condition: A few scattered minor dents and light scratches, overall very good condition.