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A George II small tea kettle on stand of plain circular pear-shape

Maker:  Maker Unknown

Description: 

A George II small tea kettle on stand of plain circular pear-shape, probably converted from a brandy warmer, monogrammed below coronet with leaf-capped spout, swing handle and octagonal knop, the stand with leaf pad scroll supports and burner, 8in high, Paul de Lamerie, London, 1742, (Kettle), 1743, (stand and burner), 22oz, in wood case.

ID:  3224

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