London, South Kensington
26 September 2000
AN ASSEMBLED VICTORIAN TEA & COFFEE SERVICE
EDWARD & JOHN BARNARD, 1862 & 1863
of pear-form with engraved asymetrical foliate scroll and cartouche motifs, engraved with a coat of arms, raised on spreading foot, comprising a tea pot and a coffee pot each with ivory insulated handles and baluster finials, as well as a cream jug and a sugar bowl, each with gilt interiors,W.W. Williams, 1867 - height of coffee pot 27 cm, 72 ozs.
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