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A George III tea urn on square base

Maker:  Maker Unknown


A George III tea urn on square base, supported by four claw and ball feet, the egg shaped body chased with spiral scrolls and set with two twisted "C" scroll handles, the body is engraved above the cast shell capped spigot with the Arms of St Aubyn as Baronet impaling "Bushby". The ogee lid set with flambeau finial complete with original hot bod, by francis Butty and Nicholas Dumee. 1768 Height 22in.

ID:  40371


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