A GROUP OF FOUR GEORGE III SILVER ITEMS, each London, with maker's marks of: comprising: a funnel stand--1777, William Plummer, circular, the raised center engraved with crest, with applied beaded rim--4¼in. (10.7cm.) diam., a sweetmeat dish--1790, William Sutton, shaped oval on rim foot, plain center, with interlaced corded wirework sides, bail handle, with blue glass liner--6in. (15.2cm.) wide, a teapot stand-- 1799, I.R, rectangular with incurved corners, wood base, the center monogrammed within wreath, the flaring sides dentilated--6½in. (16.5cm.) long, an oval mustard pot--1803, R. Urquhart, with two pierced and engraved bands, reeded rims, hinged raised cover, with blue glass liner--weighable silver. teapot stand not weighed, 8.5oz.