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Lot 8
23rd February 2018
A MATCHED SILVER TEA AND COFFEE SET comprising; a Victorian teapot, milk jug and two-handled sugar bowl, with a William IV coffee pot. The tea and coffee pot both have scrolling acanthus thumb piece handles and floral knops to the hinged covers. Thecoffee pot is by Edward, Edward Junior, John and William Barnard, London 1831. The teapot is by Henry Holland, London 1859. The sugar bowl is by Joseph Angell I and Joseph Angell II, London 1847 and the milk jug is by Richard Pearce and George Burrows, London 1840, combined weight 2,213g
£900
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Lot 6
27th February 2015
EDWARD, EDWARD JUNIOR, JOHN & William Barnard AN EARLY VICTORIAN SILVER DRUM MUSTARD POT of plain Georgian cylindrical form (without liner), inscribed inside cover, London 1844, together with a PAIR OF SILVER MOUNTS FOR CANDLESTICKS to decorativelyreflect the light, and TWO OTHER SMALL PIECES OF SILVER, together with a plated CONDIMENT SPOON and SUGAR NIPS, weighable silver 550g.
£80
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