Sold, thank you.
A lovely and ornate repousse sterling 3 piece teaset from the William IV period. The big teapot holds about 50 fluid ounces, and it pours nicely from the ornate spout. Hinged lid so you don't have to worry about losing it. Matching creamer and open sugar. All have those decorated feet which are slightly turned up. Full London marks of the period (lion passant, leopard head, duty mark & small "t" for 1834); plus an elaborate maker's mark for Edward, Edward Jr., John & William Barnard who were major manufacturers of hollow ware. (For brief tips on antique English silver, please visit our link page for the subject.)
Very good condition, no creases or dents, just minor signs of useage as might be expected of period English silver. I shall include a silver plate tray for convenience.
A beautiful and pretty special sterling set for a pre-Victorian period sterling collector.