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A Victorian silver teapot
the half lobed
© GREAT WESTERN AUCTIONS, Ltd., Glasgow, Scotland, UK

A Victorian silver teapot the half lobed body of squat circular form with gadrooned rim, by William Gibson & John Lawrence Langan of The Goldsmiths &...

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