A George IV silver two-handled sugar bowl

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A George IV silver two-handled sugar bowl
of compressed moulded circular form, decorated with vines and with a shell and scrolling foliate everted rim, each side with a cartouche with later presentation inscription, maker's initials T.D., London 1828 - 8½in. (21.50cm.) overall; and a pair of 18th Century silver scroll pattern sugar nips with shell-fluted bowls, the pivot later-engraved with initials - 14oz.
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