A William IV silver teapot,
by William Nolan, Dublin 1834,
of rounded oblong form with a flared and undulating rim, sides engraved with an shield-shaped cartouche; one initialled, raised on four ball feet, together with a George III Irish silver two-handled sugar bowl and milk jug, maker's mark distorted "CH" or "GH", Dublin 1808, also stamped "WEST" acting as retailer, of similar shape and design, raised on four ball feet, teapot engraved with a wide band of trailing flowers, and the milk and sugar bowl engraved with a band of trailing foliage and vacant wreath cartouches on either side, gadroon border, weight 39.3oz. (3)
- Estimate should read £600 - 700
Povenance: Property the late Air Commodore Patrick Jameson CB, DSO, DFC and bar of Dardistown Castle in County Meath.