London, South Kensington
21 February 2007
AN EDWARDIAN SILVER OVAL TEA KETTLE & STAND
MARK OF CHARLES & GEORGE ASPREY, LONDON, 1905
With burner, wood grip, crested; ALSO 2 silver sauceboats; a Dutch spoon (a/f); and PLATED:- 3 oval serving dishes, a 6-cup egg cruet, the 6 cups formed as mounted wood churns, 2 pairs of Victorian fish-servers, a pair of asparagus servers, a crumb scoop & 4 other items.
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