Teapot - Silverplate - U.K. - 1800-1849

Description
Teapot - Silverplate - U.K. - 1800-1849
Good condition - used with small signs of aging & blemishes

Presenting an Absolutely Exquisite Antique Sheffield Silver Plated Bachelor Teapot which Dates to the Early Victorian Period



Circa 1840+



Beautifully Chaced Decorated with Engraved Ferns, Flowers and Scrolls with a Raised Arm with Sword Family Armorial Crest inside a Cartouche on the One Side



The Lid is Decorated in a Similar Way and is Finished Off with an Octagonal Rococo Finial

With Horn Handle with Elaborate Attachment, and the Spout is Particularly Superbly Decorated

It Stands upon Four Bun Feet
Measures 24 cm Wide from handle to spout


no Makers Marks on Base



It is a Thing of Beauty, but there is slight bleeding to plate, a tiny ding to rim where lid sits, it has historical soldering repairs, but there is a little drip coming from the seam on one side which would need to be attended to before use, But it is Beautiful Enough to be an Ornament.the last picture its just to give one idea of difference between normal one and this one.
will be send with tracking on signature.

Lot details
Object
Teapot
Material
Silverplate
Estimated Period
1800-1849
Country of Origin
U.K.
Condition
Good condition - used with small signs of aging & blemishes
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