A pair of George IV sterling silver wine coolers by John Edward Terrey, London, 1827 Each fitted with collar and liner, finely chased with wide borders of Neoclassical figures, cast and applied with fruiting grapevine handles and borders, and with gadrooned rims, total weight approximately 280oz troy
Tea Machine, ca.1798, Old Sheffield Plate, glass. Made by Daniel Holy, Wilkinson & Co; slop basin by Roberts, Cadman & Co. Consists of a large central hot-water urn that holds 6 pints of water. The large urn can turn to supply the 2 smaller urns, that hold 3 pints each. One small urn is for coffee & one for tea. All the urns can be taken off the frame to be used separately.