SOLD! for $261.00.
(Note: Prices realized include a buyer's premium.)
- Low Estimate: $250.00
- High Estimate: $350.00
- Realized: $261.00
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George IV period Old Sheffield silver plated tea service, comprising a sugar and creamer with double sunburst marks attributed to Matthew Boulton and an unmarked teapot. Creamer and sugar have gadrooned top edges and foliate curved handles and gilt-washed interiors, are monogrammed OTW and measure 3-1/2"H. Teapot has lobed body sitting on four compressed ball feet, a floral band at shoulder, a cast shell applied to the spout, floral finial and ebonized wooden handle, and an engraved stag crest, and measures 5-1/2"H. Condition: Creamer and sugar: Overall very good condition with a few small dents and spots of wear. Teapot has replaced handle and possible repair at hinge and base, scattered small dents and spots of wear.