A VICTORIAN SILVER TEA-KETTLE, STAND AND LAMP
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A VICTORIAN SILVER TEA-KETTLE, STAND AND LAMP

MARK OF THOMAS SMILY, LONDON, 1859

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A VICTORIAN SILVER TEA-KETTLE, STAND AND LAMP
MARK OF THOMAS SMILY, LONDON, 1859
Inverted pear shape and on tripod stand with an openwork border, a foliage and flower apron and foliage feet, chased with foliage and flowers, the cover with a figural finial and with an ivory-insulated overhead handle, engraved on one side with a crest within a garter and with initials within a garter on the other, fully marked, contained in a fitted brass bound oak case
17¼ in. (43.8 cm.) high
gross weight 85 oz. (2,656 gr.)
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