an exceptional george iii soup tureen made in london in 1802 by william stroud.
after paul de lamerie. an exceptional set of four george iv cast rococo revival candlesticks made in london in 1824 by timothy smith & thomas merryweather.
the hillsborough castle serving dishes - an unusual pair of george ii serving dishes made in london in 1751 by peter archambo ii & john meure.
the weston hall bread/fruit basket. an exceptional george ii rococo bread/fruit basket made in london in 1752 by samuel herbert & company.
an important george iii tureen, cover & stand made in london in 1773 by thomas pitts i, the design attributed to the royal architect, sir william chambers.
an extremely rare & fine george iv egg cruet made in london in 1828 by william eaton
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