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A George III plain silver-gilt kettle

Maker:  Maker Unknown

Date: 

(1763)

Description: 

A George III plain silver-gilt kettle, John Parker and Edward Wakelin, London, 1763, stand and lamp, the kettle with tapering body, curved spout, flat cover and swing handle, engraved with the arms of Cecil and coronet, on bracket stand of incurved triangular form on three feet and circular lamp.

ID:  8985

Currently kept at: Burghley House

THIS ARTWORK IS LOCATED IN:

Lincolnshire

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