A Victorian silver matched three-piece tea service by Robert Hennell III, London 1863 (3)
Lot 350
A Victorian silver matched three-piece tea service
by Robert Hennell III, London 1863 (3)
Sold for £1,125 (US$ 1,890) inc. premium
Lot Details
A Victorian silver matched three-piece tea service
by Robert Hennell III, London 1863
Compressed baluster form, the bodies embossed with 17th century tavern scenes within foliate scroll cartouches and one central vacant reserve, with leaf-capped bifurcated scroll handles formed as branches, the pot with hinged dome lid and surmounted with figural finial, each raised on central circular feet, the creamer and sugar dish with gilt interiors, height 23cm, weight total 52.5oz. (3)
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