An Edwardian plated tea kettle with stand, early 20th century, with maker's marks for James Dixon & Sons, of compressed ovoid form having a plain body with 'S' scrolls supporting a cylindrical ebony handle, and having two protrusions each side resting upon
An early 19th century Old Sheffield plate tea urn, circa 1820, raised on a square base with floral scroll feet, the body with spigot, engraved with a coat of arms and bifurcated leaf, flower and grape handles, domed cover with melon finial. Height 40 cm. H
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