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Lot 1

Tuesday 08 Oct, 2013 - 10.00am

An early Victorian silver four piece tea and coffee service, the flared cylindrical bodies with bead mounts, the domed covers with turned finials, and the whole engraved with bold leaf scrolls, figures and leafage, with cast handles and spouts, comprising - teapot 8.25ins high, coffee pot 11ins high, two-handled sugar basin, and milk jug, by Joseph and John Angell, London 1846 (gross weight 75ozs - retailed by James Wordley of Liverpool, both initialled "GW" and each piece engraved "Presented with a purse of gold to the RevD. Geo. Whitlock, Curate of Standish by his Friends and Parishioners A.D.MDCCCXLVII" (1847)

Estimate £1,000 - 1,500 Sold for £1,450

Plus buyers premium of 27% ยป