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A GROUP OF ENGLISH SILVER TEA AND COFFEE VESSELS
by various makers, 1753-1913
1 February 2023, 10:00 PST
Los Angeles

US$2,000 - US$3,000

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A GROUP OF ENGLISH SILVER TEA AND COFFEE VESSELS

by various makers, 1753-1913
Comprising an Isaac Cookson coffee pot, Newcastle, 1753, a strainer marked WG, a Charles Edwards repoussé sugar basin, London, 1887, an Atkin Brothers tea caddy, Sheffield, 1895, one James Deakin & Sons (John & William F Deakin) teapot, Sheffield, 1897, a Stokes & Ireland Ltd. sugar caster, Chester, 1913, a silver mounted wood round teapot stand, London, 1801, a silver mounted wood oval teapot stand, London, 1799, a Richard Cook silver mounted wood oval teapot stand, London, 1802, a Rebecca Eames and Edward Barnes II round teapot stand, London, 1824, together with a Spanish 915 standard silver miniature brazier with two wood handles and four sphinx supports; height of coffee pot 8 1/2in (21.5cm); total weight approximately 50oz troy (11).

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Provenance
Charles Edwards sugar basin and 1799 teapot stand: Bonhams, 1978.
Stokes & Ireland Ltd. sugar caster: Sotheby's, 1978.
1801 teapot stand: Gray's, 1983.
Richard Cook teapot stand: Porto, 1983.
strainer marked WG: Christie's, November 1983.
Isaac Cookson coffee pot and brazier: Phillips, November 1983.

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