London, South Kensington
25 September 2001
A WILLIAM IV AND VICTORIAN SILVER COMPOSITE FOUR-PIECE TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE
MARK OF JOSEPH & JOHN ANGELL, 1834, THE CREAM-JUG, 1838
in the Gothic Revival taste, of panelled twelve sided form raised on a pedestal foot, embossed and chased with trefoil, quatrefoil and Tudor rose motifs on a textured ground, with a crenellated rim, the handles formed as winged and scaled dragons, comprising: a teapot, a coffee pot, each with ivory insulators, a sugar-bowl and a cream jug - 102oz gross.
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