A VICTORIAN SILVER WINE BOTTLE HOLDER/POURER, GEORGE W. ADAMS FOR CHAWNER & CO., LONDON, 1862
plain form with beaded rims, adjustable, 25.5cm., 10in. high, with a George III silver chamberstick and snuffer, Ebenezer Coker, London, 1767, with shell embellished gadrooned rims, on three sheel feet, 15.2cm., 6in. diameter, and a George IV silver wine funnel, Emes & Barnard, London, 1828, plain form with reeded rim and shell thumbpiece, crested
15.2cm., 6in. high
857gr., 27oz. 10dwt.
All pieces clearly marked. The georgian pieces a little worn and bright. Good overall.
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