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With sliding top and lift off cap which doubles as a tea measure. 1711 JOHN FARNELL Sold A good early English silver caddy of plain hexagonal design. To the base there are some hand engraved initials and the scratch weight. The top has a bayonet fitting and has two panels of pretty piercing with hand engraving. Circa 1710 JOHN CHARTIER Price £1,650 A rare early English antique silver strainer of circular form with a turned over rim. The bowl has drilled pierced holes with a five-pointed star to the centre. 1707 CHARLES ADAM Price £1,950 An early English antique silver muffineer from the early 1700 period. The base is plain with just a hand engraved lion crest to the front.
The earlier the teapot the smaller they tend to be as tea was a very expensive commodity. Marked to the reverse of handles with the Britannia standard mark for John Chartier and second makers mark, F R or IB in a shaped cartouche with two pellets above. 1710 RICHARD WATTS Price £1,350 A good quality early English silver caddy of plain rectangular design with canted corners.