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Sale IT174 Lot 6019

GROUP OF ENGLISH SMALL TABLE ITEMS including a pear-shaped teapot with strapwork to cover, London, 1901, possibly for Edward Barnard & Sons, with wood handle and finial; a crested meat skewer with shell and loop to handle, London 1818, maker's mark illegible; a crested shell-form butter dish, London possibly 1762, maker's mark of William Plummer; 4 crested short footed punch cups, London 1801, possibly by John Harris; together with a hallmarked pepper mill but marked under base 'Depose France', marked on the side "Made in England/ Sterling' and Birmingham 1936, Adie Brothers Ltd.,19 ozt weighable (8)

Provenance: Estate of Nina Rodale Houghton, wife of the late Arthur A. Houghton,
President of The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Carmichael Farm, Queenstown, Maryland
Estimate $400-600

Sold for $400.00

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