Lot 431 (The February Fine Art & Antiques Auction, 25th February 2021)

A William IV / early Victorian silver creamer and sucrier, London 1836 and 1838 respectively, by Joseph Angell & John Angell, each chased and embossed in the manner of David Teniers, the sucrier with figures drinking before taverns (the creamer with figures in town landscapes), the scroll handles with figural thumb pieces, each supported on four feet modelled as cherubs, (creamer 11.9 cm high x 18 cm wide, sucrier 14 cm high x 25 cm), 30 ozt. combined weight.

(Qty: 2)

Sold for £1,600


Condition report

In good, clean condition with no obvious damage or repair. Light surface scratches visible to flat areas. Postcode of owner (deceased estate) visible in UV pen to bases.

 

A William IV / early Victorian silver creamer and sucrier, London 1836 and 1838 respectively, by Joseph Angell & John Angell, each chased and embossed in the manner of David Teniers, the sucrier with figures drinking before taverns (the creamer with figures in town landscapes), the scroll handles with figural thumb pieces, each supported on four feet modelled as cherubs, (creamer 11.9 cm high x 18 cm wide, sucrier 14 cm high x 25 cm), 30 ozt. combined weight.

(Qty: 2)

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