Lot 95


An Edward VIII Silver Hot Water-Jug and a George V Silver Tea-Caddy, The Hot-Water Jug by Edward Barnards and Sons Ltd., London, 1936, the Tea-Caddy by Mappin and Webb, Birmingham, 1922, the hot-water jug tapering and on spreading foot, with ebonised handle and finial, 13cm high, the tea-caddy oval, engraved with an inscription to Miss Bessie Dugdale, 85mm wide, total gross weight 10oz 19dwt, 339gr (2)

Provenance: Dutton Manor, Lancashire

Sold for £160
Estimated at £120 - £180


Auction: Antiques & Interiors, to include Affordable Modern & Contemporary Art, 5th Jan, 2024

The first Antiques & Interiors sale of 2024 comprises over 900 lots and includes a specialist section of Affordable Modern & Contemporary Art, and over 170 lots of Silver, including part of a collection of Regimental Silver, sold by order of the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers to benefit the Fusiliers’ Aid Society. The second part of the Regimental Silver Collection will be included in the Jewellery, Watches and Silver Sale on 13th January. 


Wednesday 27th December - Friday 29th December 11am-3pm, Tuesday 2nd -Wednesday 3rd January 10am-4pm, Thursday 4th January 10am-5pm, and the morning of the sale from 7.30am

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