Fine Silver and Objects of Vertu - Lot 1320

λA George III silver tea urn,


by Andrew Fogelburg, London 1774,


urn form, with two foliate scroll handles issuing from rams' heads, beaded borders, the spout modelled as the head of a snake, with the snake's body twisting around the urn, pull-off cover with a cone finial, on a raised detachable circular base on a square foot with a Greek key border, on four bun feet, with an ivory tap, and with an erased cartouche with foliate mantling, height approx. weight 122oz.


Estimate: £4,000 - 6,000

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