A George IV  silver three piece tea service, by Thomas Austin, London 1826, a coffeepot and a German salver. (5)
Lot 465
A George IV silver three-piece tea service, by Thomas Austin, London 1826, a coffeepot and a German salver. (5)
Sold for £1,080 (US$ 1,815) inc. premium
Lot Details
A George IV silver three-piece tea service,
by Thomas Austin, London 1826,
the teapot, sugar bowl and cream jug of circular form, with shell, leaf and scroll borders, embossed with flower heads and leaves on a matted ground, each side with a shaped vacant reserve, on four leaf and claw feet, together with a William IV silver coffee pot, by Lias Bros, London 1832, of lobed circular form, embossed with scroll panels of flowers on a matted ground, on four shell bracket feet and a German metalware salver, incuse stamped 835, circular form, with decorative pierced border, the underside with presentation inscription, height of coffee pot 24cm, weight of teaset 74oz. (5)
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