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Hallmarked in London, 1807 by A. & G. Burrows, this handsome, George III, Antique, Sterling Silver four piece Tea Set, comprises of a teapot on stand, a sugar bowl and a cream jug, all featuring ribbed decoration to the bodies, and featuring gilt interiors to the sugar bowl and cream jug, ball feet, and a wooden handle and ivory finial to the teapot. The teapot on stand measures 7 inches (18cm) tall, by 9.5 inches (24.5cm) from handle so spout, the sugar bowl measures 4 inches (10cm) tall, by 8.5 inches (21.5cm) from handle to handle, and the cream jug measures 3.75 inches (9.5cm) tall, by 6 inches (15cm) from handle to lip. The set together weighs 35.6 troy ounces.
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Hallmarked in Sheffield in 1807 by John Roberts & Co, this attractive pair of antique Sterling Silver candlesticks have tapering columns on round bases decorated with fluting and with broad, straight gadroon detailing. The pair of candlesticks are 12.25" (31.5cm) high and the bases have a diameter of 5.75" (13.5cm).
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Hallmarked in London, 1807 by Paul Storr, this handsome, George III, Antique, Sterling Silver Meat dish cover, features a shaped gadroon border and removable gadroon detailed handle. The meat dish cover carries the coat of arms of the Buxton family, and was probably part of the estate of Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton, a member of Parliament and 1st Baronet. The meat dish cover measures 10 inches (25.5cm) tall, by 19.25 inches (49cm) wide, by 12.25 inches (31cm) deep, and weighs 95 troy ounces (2.96kg).
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Hallmarked in London, 1807 by William Burwash and Richard Sibley I, this stylish and elegant George III Antique, Sterling Silver Chafing Dish is oval in shape and is fairly plain, with gadroon and reed detailing on the finial, handles and edge. The base stand is reeded throughout and has a plain gadroon edged burner. The entree dish itself measures 18"(46cm) handle to handle,13"(33cm) wide and 2"(5cm) deep, or 8"(20cm) to the top of the finial. On its stand, the height of the chafing dish, with lid, is 12"(30.5cm). This piece weighs 120 troy ounces.
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Hallmarked in London, 1807 by William Bennett, this is a rare and magnificent set of four George III Antique, Sterling Silver Entree Dishes. Each dish has been engraved with an armorial crest, with gadroon borders and a twist off reeded handle, which allows each cover to become another serving dish. Each serving dish is 9" x 12" (23cm x 30.5cm) and 2"(5cm) deep. Each lid is 8.25" x 11.5" (21cm x 29cm) with a depth of 2"(5cm). The total weight of this set is 207 troy ounces.
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