A George IV three-piece tea service

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A George IV three-piece tea service
of compressed moulded circular form and on rising circular bases, each stamped and chased with foliate and bead friezes and wider rococo floral, foliate and S-scroll friezes, each also with a C-scroll cartouche engraved with an initial, the teapot with chased rising curved spout with eagle's head terminal, scroll handle and domed hinged cover with foliate finial, the milk jug and sugar basin gilt-lined, William Blackwell & William Parkin, Sheffield 1824 - height of teapot 6¾in. (17.25cm.), 56.50oz.; and an Old Sheffield plate waisted coffee pot on shell and foliate feet and with a part-fluted leaf-capped rising curved spout, scroll handle and fluted domed hinged cover with strawberry finial, the body chased with friezes of arabesques and with a vacant C-scroll cartouche - 9¾in. (24.75cm.)
See Plate 5 For Part of Lot (4)
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