London, South Kensington
4 July 2000
A hot-water jug and a teapot,
the jug of oval form with reeded lower section, the upper embossed with foliate scrolls, with a crest and a monogram dated 1894, by James Dixon, Sheffield, 1890 -- 23cm. high; the oval teapot with reeded lower half and lid, by Mappin & Webb, Sheffield, 1915 -- 28cm. wide, 30.5oz. gross (2)
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