A compressed circualr teapot  with grey hound finial
Lot 354Y
A George IV silver teapot by Emes & Barnard, London 1828
£500 - 600
US$ 840 - 1,000
Lot Details
A George IV silver teapot
by Emes & Barnard, London 1828
Plain compressed form with applied reeded girdle, the slightly domed cover surmounted by a model of a greyhound, the hollow scroll handles with ivory insulators, on a circular collet base, engraved with a coat of arms, length 26cm, weight 20.5oz.
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  1. Lucy Gregory
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