DescriptionA J & J ANGELL WILLIAM IV SILVER TEA SERVICE WITH ASSOCIATED COFFEE POT
Joseph & John Angell, London, England, circa 1831-1832
Marks to teapot, sugar and creamer: (lion passant), (leopard's head), (duty mark), JA (over) IA, q
8-7/8 inches (22.7 cm) (coffee pot)
87.3 ounces (gross)
The service comprising a teapot, creamer, and two-handled sugar bowl with associated coffee pot marked for Edward, Edward Jr., John & William Barnard and dated 1838-1839, in a lobed floral repoussé design, lids with naturalistic flower and leaf finial, silver gilt interiors.
With a small dent to the underside of coffee pot, minor loss to gilding and surface scratches throughout commensurate with age.
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