London, South Kensington
2 October 2007
A GEORGE IV SILVER COFFEE POT
MARK OF JOHN, HENRY & CHARLES LIAS, LONDON, 1825
Baluster on spreading foot, leaf capped ribbed handle with ivory insulators, the sides and cover part chased and bordered with scrolling foliage, ivory mounted flower finial. Engraved on both sides with later initial - 3 ins.(23cm.) 28 ozs.
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