London, South Kensington
25 September 2001
A FOUR-PIECE VICTORIAN SILVER TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE
MARK OF REILLY & STORER, 1850 AND 1851
each tapering piece with engraved classical figures on horseback, with twisted snake handles, lion and leaf motif spouts and pedestal foot, comprising: a teapot, a coffee pot, each with ivory insulated handles, a cream jug and a kettle on stand, with a central burner and an overhead ivory insulated handle, engraved with a presentation inscription relating to the Gloucester and Berkeley Canal Company - height of kettle-on-stand 47.5cm (18¾ in), 186oz gross.
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