A William IV silver teapot by Edward, Edward Jnr, John & William Barnard, London 1834
Lot 195Y
A William IV silver teapot by Edward, Edward Jnr, John & William Barnard, London 1834
Sold for £1,062 (US$ 1,789) inc. premium
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A William IV silver teapot
by Edward, Edward Jnr, John & William Barnard, London 1834
Lobed form profusely embossed with leaves among the lobed sides and flowers in high relief flanking the leaf embellished spout and handle, handle with ivory insulator, the shaped dome cover with flower finial on a leaf calyx, open-work and scroll bracket feet , weight 30.5oz.
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  1. James Clare
    Auction Administration - Silver
    Bonhams
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    Montpelier Street
    London, SW7 1HH
    United Kingdom
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