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Lot 6

Tuesday 05 Jun, 2018 - 10.00am

A George IV silver circular teapot of bulbous squat form, with ivory finial, and angular loop handle, 4ins high, by Richard Sibley II, London 1824, and a late Victorian silver baluster-shaped hot water pot embossed with stylised leaves and with turned wood scroll handle, 5.5ins high, by William Hutton & Sons, London 1888 (combined gross weight 26ozs)

Estimate £250 - 350 Sold for £320

Plus buyers premium of 27% ยป