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Good early George III silver tea caddy London 1766 Bumfriss & Jackson

This very nice early George III silver bombe shaped tea caddy was made in London in 1766 by Thomas Bumfriss and Orlando Jackson and measures 5.5 inches tall by 4.25 inches wide and is 3.25 inches deep, it is embossed with flowers and foliage to all panels and has a shaped and gadrooned base with the gadrooning repeated to the lid rim and stands on shell feet, it is fully and clearly hallmarked under the base and to the lid rim with the makers mark and lion passant, a pretty caddy weighing 7.70 ounces or 239 grams.

Price: £895

Quote ref: bumfriss

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