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An Important George I tea service

Maker:  Maker Unknown

Description: 

An Important George I tea service, Simon Pantin, London, 1714, each piece finely engraved with the arms of Aubrey Impaling Jephson, comprising: a pear-shaped teapot with octagonal curved spout and rim foot, the underside with scratch weight 34oz., presumably with total for stand (now missing), height 6ins., a baluster covered hot milk jug with domed lid and spreading foot, scratch weight '14=16', height 7in., an octagonal tea caddy with detachable domed lid, height 4in., and an octagonal sugar box and cover, length 5in. Silver.

ID:  57714

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Buckinghamshire

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