10 - 11 June 2008
This lot is offered without a reserve
A GILT METAL-MOUNTED FRENCH PORCELAIN VASE AND COVER AND A CHANTILLY STYLE TEA CADDY AND COVER,
THE FIRST WITH BLACK PSEUDO FRET MARK FOR SAMSON, THE SECOND WITH A SPURIOUS CHANTILLY MARK, LATE 19TH CENTURY,
together with a Chantilly-style trefoil-shaped tea caddy and cover, spurious iron red French horn mark
The Samson tea caddy and cover, the taller, 8¾in. (22.4cm.) high (4)
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This lot is offered without reserve.
Please note that this lot only contains one Chantilly-style tea caddy and cover, not two tea caddies and covers, as listed in the catalogue.
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