1 - 2 September 2009
This lot is offered without a reserve
A GEORGE III TEAPOT WITH HINGED COVER AND A PAP BOAT,
THE TEAPOT MARK OF WILLIAM PLUMMER, LONDON, 1789, THE PAP BOAT MARKED FOR LONDON, 1802, MAKER'S MARK INDECIPHERABLE,
the pap boat monogrammed 'RWA', fully marked; together with a silver tea caddy and three silver salt cellars
The teapot 10½in. (26.5cm.) long over handle, 19oz. approximate gross weight (6)
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Please note that this lot does not contain a pap boat as described and illustrated in the catalogue. The correct piece count for this lot is 5.
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