Summer Auction: Antiques, Collectables & Jewellery
A William IV silver teapot, Sheffield hallmark, circa 1833-34, makers mark indistinct, approx. 24.
A William IV silver teapot, Sheffield hallmark, circa 1833-34, makers mark indistinct, approx. 24.49oz together with a silver back hand mirror (2). Exemption Reference: WG4A38AW
Estimate: £200 - £300 + feesSell one like this Buyer’s guide
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