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Lot 74
A George III silver coffee pot, Richard Gurney & Thomas Cook, London, 1760

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R 10 000 - 15 000
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A George III silver coffee pot, Richard Gurney & Thomas Cook, London, 1760


baluster, the hinged domed gadrooned cover moulded with flowerheads and with stepped rim surmounted by a gadrooned spire-shaped finial, the side applied with a leaf-capped wooden scroll handle, the spout moulded with an acanthus leaf, the body moulded with swirling panels of flowerheads and foliage, raised on a domed foot moulded with flowerheads, handle broken, dents, 27,5cm high, 810g all in

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