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Lot 0331
Includes a teapot with wooden handle and finial - London city marks, maker's mark of Walter & John Barnard, date of 1888, Queen Victoria duty mark (1838-1890); English silver teapot with wooden handle and finial - Sheffield city stamps, partial maker's mark, date letter of 1902; English silver pedestal teapot with wooden handle and finial - London city stamps, Elkington & Co, 1900; an English silver creamer with handle - Sheffield city stamps, unidentified maker of FW&Co in a shield form cartouche, 1903; a double handled English silver vessel - London city stamps, Queen Victoria duty mark (1838-1890), date letter of 1889, unidentified maker of "JMT?"; and an English silver pedestal creamer with gold wash to interior - London city stamps, Walter & John Barnard, 1889, Queen Victoria duty mark (1838-1890). Total approx. weight of all items is 44.02 troy oz. From a Central Park South, Manhattan estate. Dimensions: pedestal teapot - 7.25" h.

Condition

Light surface scratches, and minor dings/dents. Splits to one finial, and discoloration/fading to most handles and finials.

Starting Bid

$200.00

Buyer's Premium

  • 25%

SILVER. Grouping of Antique English Silver.

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Estimate $400 - $600
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$500.00
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$200.00