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Hallmarked in London in 1773 by Walter Brind, this handsome, George III, Antique Sterling Silver Teapot, is 'Drum' shaped, and features an engraved vacant cartouche, and a wooden handle and finial. The tea pot measures 5.5"(14cm) tall, by 8"(20.5cm) from handle to spout and weighs 14 troy oz.
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Hallmarked in London in 1773 by John Kentenber, this handsome, George III period, Antique Sterling Silver Tankard, is plain in style, featuring reed borders throughout and a dome top. The tankard measures 8"(20.5cm) tall, by 6.5"(16.5cm) from handle to side and weighs 27.3 troy ounces.
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Hallmarked In 1796
Hallmarked in London in 1796 by John Hutson, this rare, George III, handsome pair of Antique Sterling Silver Trays, are Neolcassical in form, and feature reed borders and an armorial engraving to each. Each tray measures 1.5"(4cm) tall, by 25"(63.5cm) wide over the handles, by 16"(40.5cm) deep, and the pair together weigh 155 troy ounces. The heraldic engraving is for Sir Charles Turner, 2nd Baronet of Kirkleatham (28 January 1773 –1 February 1810).
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Hallmarked in London in 1773 by Charles Wright, this striking, George III, Antique Sterling Silver Cup and Cover, features reed detailed loop handles, applied acanthus decoration, and an engraved coat of arms. The cup and cover measures 19"(48cm) tall, by 12"(30cm) from handle to handle, by 8"(20cm) deep and weighs 81 troy ounces. The coat of arms is that of John Frederick Sackville, 3rd Duke of Dorset, Lord Lieutenant of Kent and the British Ambassador to France during the lead up to the French Revolution.
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