London, South Kensington
26 June 2007
A PAIR OF GEORGE II ROCOCO SILVER TEA CADDIES,
MARK OF SAMUEL TAYLOR, LONDON, 1753,
Of inverted pear shape, chased with trailing flowers, one side with engraved armorial, the other with crested cartouche, the unmarked pull-off covers with flower finials, 5½ in. high (14 cm.), 16 oz. (2)
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