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A GEORGE III SILVER COFFEE BIGGIN,
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A GEORGE III SILVER COFFEE BIGGIN,

PROBABLY BY JOHN TOULIET, LONDON, 1794,

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A GEORGE III SILVER COFFEE BIGGIN,
PROBABLY BY JOHN TOULIET, LONDON, 1794,
Cylindrical with turned wood handle at right-angle to spout, engraved with baronial crest of a lion rampant supporting a pillar, 7¼ in. high (18.5 cm.), ALSO a George III silver 6-bottle cruet frame by Robert Garrard (I), London, 1811, the base of five-petalled form, with modern glass bottles, AND an Anglo-Indian 3-piece metalware coffee set (lacks cream jug), by Hamilton & Co., Calcutta, 20th Century, weighable silver 36 oz. (5)
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