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A George II tea-kettle

Maker:  Maker Unknown


A George II tea-kettle, stand and lamp of inverted pear form, the kettle repousse and chased with flowers and scrolls and two rococo cartouches, each containing two crests, the domed cover similar and with bud finial, the stand on three scroll and shell feet, the apron between pierced with fruit, by Thomas Whipham. 1757.

ID:  4834


West Midlands

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