A Victorian five piece tea and coffee service by John Figg, London 1880
Lot 160
A Victorian five piece tea and coffee service by John Figg, London 1880
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A Victorian five piece tea and coffee service
by John Figg, London 1880
After a design by Edward Farrell, of squat baluster form, each piece profusely embossed with 17th century Dutch scenes of village revelry, the finals with a man drinking seated on a barrel, the feet with a man holding food; comprising kettle on stand, lacking the wick holder to the burner, bachelor tea pot, coffee pot, sugar bowl and milk jug, height of tea kettle 32cm, weight approximately 80oz.

Footnotes

  • See Bonham's New Bond Street, Fine Silver Sale, 20th June 2012, Sale no 20015 lot 100, for a similar example
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