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Silver tea-urn presented to Captain Nicholas Tomlinson (d.1847) for capturing French privateers, 1796. Plain vase-shaped tea-urn of octagonal form, standing on an octagonal base with four scroll feet. With a bone-topped spigot and reeded loop handles terminating in acanthus leaf decoration.
- Image reference: D4617_1
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London