New York, East
20 December 2000
A VICTORIAN SILVER TEA URN
Maker's mark of M.W., Sheffield, 1890
On square base on four bracket feet, the central foot and globular body lightly engraved with floral swags and bands of decoration, with shaped spigot, loop handles, the removable domed cover with bands of decoration rising to a finial, marked on body, cover, and handle of spigot.
19½in. (48.5cm.) high; 93oz.
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