Lot Content

Global notice COVID-19 Important notice
A REGENCY SILVER TEA URN
Prospective purchasers are advised that several co… Read more Property of a Midwestern Family
A REGENCY SILVER TEA URN**

MARK OF RICHARD SIBLEY, LONDON, 1815

Details
A REGENCY SILVER TEA URN**
MARK OF RICHARD SIBLEY, LONDON, 1815
Urn form, on square base with lion's-paw feet, the lower body fluted, the spigot with ivory tap, the two handles with acanthus-leaf joins the fluted cover with bud finial, fitted with heating chamber, the body engraved with a Baron's coat-of-arms, the cover with crest, marked on body, cover, finial, heating chamber and cap
15½ in. (38.8 cm.) high; 237 oz. (7,376 gr.) gross weight
Provenance
C. J. Vander, London, 1954
Special notice

Prospective purchasers are advised that several countries prohibit the importation of property containing materials from endangered species, including but not limited to coral, ivory and tortoiseshell. Accordingly, prospective purchasers should familiarize themselves with relevant customs regulations prior to bidding if they intend to import this lot into another country.

Condition report

If you wish to view the condition report of this lot, please sign in to your account.

Sign in
View condition report

Lot Essay

The arms are those of Leigh impaling those of Willes and Williams for for Chandos, 1st Baron Leigh of Stoneleigh (1791-1850). He was created Baron Leigh of Stoneleigh in 1839.

More from Important Silver and Objects of Vertu

View All
View All