A VICTORIAN OCTAGONAL BELL-SHAPED TEA KETTLE, STAND AND LAMP, the stand on four scroll feet, the apron cast and pierced with scrolls, foliage and geometric motifs and with detachable lamp, the kettle with octagonal curved spout, hinged domed cover and scroll handle, engraved with shells, masks, strapwork and foliage and with a coat-of-arms and presentation inscription each within a shaped cartouche, the stand and lamp with a crest, by Edward Barnard and Sons, 1843
17¾in. (45cm.) high
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The inscription reads 'TO WILLM PENDLEBURY ESQRE. FROM CAPTAIN OATES AS A TOKEN OF REGARD AND IN ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF VALUABLE PROFFESIONAL SERVICES JANY 1ST 1850'