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Lot 10

A William IV silver teapot, pseudo maker's mark, London, 1836
the tapering lobed body with alternating panels of flowers and vacant cartouches, acanthus leaf scroll handle with ivory fillets, the hinged cover with flowerhead finial, raised on four scroll and foliate feet, 885g, 16cm high *Please note that this lot is not suitable for export.

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Estimate: R 2 500 - 3 000 

Sold for R 6 500
Which is R 7 612 incl Buyer's Premium and VAT


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