15 January 2003
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A BERLIN ARCHED RECTANGULAR TEACADDY AND SILVER-GILT COVER AND AN ENGLISH APRICOT AND SILVER LUSTRE TWO-HANDLED CUP, COVER AND STAND,
1800-1820, cancelled blue sceptre mark to the teacaddy, the mounts circa 1910, partially struck marker's marks, the cup, cover and stand unmarked but possibly Spode,
the tea caddy painted with loose bouquets, flower sprays and scattered insects within moulded rocaille scrolls, the cup, cover and stand with a band of flowers on a gold ground between bands of purple-edged silver lustre, the cover top and cup foot in apricot lustre (3)
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