Pretty Victorian silver teapot

Pretty Victorian silver teapot

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Reference

6990

Antique silver teapot made during the latter part of the Victorian era. The slightly compressed ball-shaped body is hand chased around the upper section with overlapping acanthus leaves. The lower portion is chased with fine vertical fluting. The insulated handle is decorated with vertical flutes and acanthus leaf mounts. There is an applied band of entwined cross pattern decoration to the hinged cover; this is surmounted by a detachable finial. The raised rim has an a applied bead pattern mount. The pot holds four cups of tea.

Retailed by
T J Paris, Silversmith, Liverpool

Dimensions:

Height 105 mm / 4 12"
Width 200 mm / 8"
Weight 422 g (13.57 troy ozs)
Year

1883

Place

London

Condition

Excellent

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