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Regency Period Sterling Silver Teapot Hallmarked London 1818

Heading : A fine Regency period sterling silver teapot
Date : Hallmarked in London in 1818 for Rebecca Emes and Edward Barnard
Period : Regency , George III
Origin : London, England

Decoration :Pie crust rim and acanthus leaf on spout. Typical early 19th century low circular form. Engraved ducal coronet on the cover
Size : 
11.5cms height to top of handle, top of handle to tip of spout 24cms
Restoration :
None
Condition : Excellent. just one very small ding below the spout. No leaks, it does not dribble and the hinge and handle are firm
Weight :  708 grams ( approximately 22 troy)

This shape was frequently used by the great Paul Storr in the first decade of the 19th century. This fine teapot is strictly Regency period, it was made between 1811 and 1820 when George III was too unwell to act as monarch.

 

 

 

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  • Product Code: 20111809
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  • £975.00


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