You will need to contact the owner's representative to arrange access.

In the case of this object this can be done by:

Writing to Sir Henry Aubrey Fletcher at The Estate Office, Chilton, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, Hp18 9lr

Your Name:

Your Email Address:

Please indicate three weekdays and two weekend days that would like to see the object on. These days must be within four weeks of your request, and consider that you should visit between 10am and 4pm.

<---------------------------------(Weekdays)--------------------------------->

    <------------(Weekend Days)------------>



Reporting A Data Error:

What and where is the data error on this page?


(Optional) Enter your email address here if you would like to be notified when the error is fixed:



Reporting An Access Error to the HMRC:

Please describe the reason and details about how you had issues accessing this item.


(Optional) Enter your email address here if you would be ok with the HMRC contacting you in the case that they require further details or information about the nature of the access issue you have reported.



A Queen Anne coffee pot

Maker:  Maker Unknown

Description: 

A Queen Anne coffee pot, David Willaume, London, 1705, the tapered cylindrical body engraved on one side with the later Aubrey-Fletcher arms and on the other side with contemporary arms of Boyle impaling Sackville between Viscount's coronet and lion rampant supporters, curved spout with applied rat-tail (the domed lid a later replacement). Silver.

ID:  57705

THIS ARTWORK IS LOCATED IN:

Buckinghamshire

This item is available for viewing by appointment through the contact shown