A good quality heavily chased English George IV silver compressed tea pot. 1823
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|Maker||Emes & Barnard, London|
A good quality English George IV silver compressed tea pot heavily chased with scrolls, foliage and flowers and a curved wood handle standing on a plain circular collet foot. The domed lid has a cast detachable floral finial. This tea pot is in excellent condition and has been made by the renown silversmiths Emes and Barnard
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