A Victorian silver matched four-piece tea and coffee service   by the Barnards, London  1836, 1838 and 1853,   (4)
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A Victorian silver matched four-piece tea and coffee service by the Barnards, London 1836, 1838 and 1853, (4)
Sold for AU$ 3,600 (US$ 3,365) inc. premium
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A Victorian silver matched four-piece tea and coffee service
by the Barnards, London 1836, 1838 and 1853,
comprising: coffee pot, teapot, creamer and twin handled sugar basin, of baluster form engraved with foliate scrolls leaves, with foliate-capped scroll-handles, the pots with ivory insulators, raised on scrolled feet, height 28cm, weight total 2167gms. (4)

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  • Weight 69oz, 2154gms.
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