A WILLIAM IV SILVER TEA KETTLE, STAND AND BURNER
A WILLIAM IV SILVER TEA KETTLE, STAND AND BURNER

MARK OF ROBERT GARRARD I, LONDON, 1835

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A WILLIAM IV SILVER TEA KETTLE, STAND AND BURNER
MARK OF ROBERT GARRARD I, LONDON, 1835
In rococo revival chinoiserie style, chased with scrolling foliage and chinoiserie figures, with dragon's head spout, the hinged cover with wicker-bound swing handle and flower finial, the stand with openwork floral aprons, the caryatid supports on claw feet, marked underneath, in cover, on swing handle, stand and lamp
16 in. (40.5 cm.) high on handle
gross weight 107 oz. 19 dwt. (3,359 gr.)
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Please note that the property title of this lot should read PROPERTY BELONGING TO THE LATE BETTY, LADY GRANTCHESTER.

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