A Victorian silver teapot  By Edward John and William Barnard, London date letter rubbed
Lot 431Y
A Victorian silver teapot By Edward John and William Barnard, London date letter rubbed
Sold for £412 (US$ 690) inc. premium
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A Victorian silver teapot
By Edward John and William Barnard, London date letter rubbed
Of melon shape, on four scroll bracket feet with acanthus terminals, the silver handle with ivory insulators, with acorn finial, weight 20.9oz.

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  • Please note this lot also includes a silver sauceboat, by James Wakely & Frank Clarke Wheeler, London 1907, on three hoof feet, with shaped everted rim, crested, weight 3.3oz
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  1. Alexis Tortolano
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  2. Fiona Hamilton
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