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Lot 2

Tuesday 29 Nov, 2016 - 10.00am

A George IV and William IV harlequin silver four-piece tea and coffee service of circular squat form, with moulded rims, the lobed bodies partly cast with leaf and floral ornament, the C-scroll handles cast with leaves, bellflowers and fruiting vines and on four panel feet, comprising - teapot with rose pattern finial, 5ins high, coffee pot with fruiting finial, 8.5ins high, by Rebecca Emes & Edward Barnard, London 1826, and a two-handled sugar basin and milk jug by A. B. Savory & Sons, London 1834, (80ozs - all initialed)

Estimate £1,000 - 1,500 Sold for £1,350

Plus buyers premium of 27% ยป