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A good George III silver samovar by Francis Butty and Nicholas Dumee. London 1768. of ovoid vase shape, raised on a capstan stem from an undulating square plinth base with pierced apron, supported on ball and claw feet. two sinuous scroll handles issue eit
Rawlings & Sumner, early Victorian sterling silver tea urn or Samovar, London 1842, with an arabesque style finial leading to a heavily decorated body with 'C' scrolls and foliage, flanked by shaped handles and resting on short scrolled feet. Height 51 cm,
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