London, South Kensington
13 February 2001
A FOUR-PIECE VICTORIAN TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE
MARK OF EDWARD FARRELL, 1839-40 AND JOHN FIGG, 1851-52
each piece of pear-form decorated in the style of Tenniers, with robust tavern and domestic interior scenes, the handles of branch form capped with figures, comprising: a teapot and a coffee pot, each with ivory insulated handles, and figural finials, a cream and a sugar - height of coffee pot 24.7cm(9 3/4in),142.5oz.
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