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Lot 10

Tuesday 08 Oct, 2013 - 10.00am

An Edward VII bachelor's silver oval teapot with squat bulbous partly reeded body by W. & C. Sissons, London 1904 (slight damage - engraved to base "Dunthorne, 13 Lord Street, Liverpool", and an English silver coffee pot of 18th Century design with baluster part reeded body, 9.25ins high (hallmarks erased - Chester assay mark remaining) (combined gross weight 29ozs)

Estimate £250 - 300 Sold for £360

Plus buyers premium of 27% ยป