7 May 2008
A WILLIAM IV ROSEWOOD TEAPOY
The lid opening to reveal a cut-glass mixing bowl and three compartments, with various inscriptions, on a pedestal support and concave-sided base on scrolling feet
31¼ in. (79.4 cm.) high; 18¼ in. (46.3 cm.) wide; 12½ in. (31 cm.) deep
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Probably 1851 Inventory, Dining Room, 'Teapoy - £1.5.0'
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