5 - 6 September 2007
This lot is offered without a reserve
A PAIR OF GEORGE III TEA CADDIES AND TWO COVERS,
THE TEA CADDIES WITH MARK OF THOMAS HAYTER, LONDON, 1808, THE COVERS WITH MARK FOR LONDON, 1807,
chased, each with 'Louisa' incised on bottom, each fully marked; together with two George III wine funnel stands, the first marks for Edinburgh, maker's mark of 'I.M.D.', the second marks for Edinburgh, 1819, maker's mark of 'F.H.'
3¼in. (8.3cm.) high, over cover, 9.5oz. approximately (6)
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