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A PAIR OF GEORGE II SILVER TEA-CADDIES AND A SUGAR-BOX EN-SUITE
A PAIR OF GEORGE II SILVER TEA-CADDIES AND A SUGAR-BOX EN-SUITE

MARK OF SAMUEL HERBERT AND CO., LONDON, 1753 AND 1757, ONE COVER WITH MARK OF THOMAS HEMING

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A PAIR OF GEORGE II SILVER TEA-CADDIES AND A SUGAR-BOX EN-SUITE
MARK OF SAMUEL HERBERT AND CO., LONDON, 1753 AND 1757, ONE COVER WITH MARK OF THOMAS HEMING
Each oblong bombé on four scroll feet, the sides chased with foliage scrolls and with reeded corners, the covers similarly chased, the covers with putto and bird finials, each engraved on one side with a coat-of-arms and on the other with a crest, each marked underneath and on cover bezel
5¼ in. (13 cm.) high and smaller
23 oz. (730 gr.)
The arms are those of Keling impaling Preston. (3)

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