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Sterling Silver Teapot Stand by Peter and Ann Bateman - Antique George III (1791)

An exceptional, fine and impressive antique Georgian Sterling silver waiter / teapot stand by Peter and Ann Bateman; an addition to our tray and salver collections

SKU: A8064
Price: £1,495.00
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Sterling Silver Teapot Stand by Peter and Ann Bateman - Antique George III (1791)
Sterling Silver Teapot Stand by Peter and Ann Bateman - Antique George III (1791)
Sterling Silver Teapot Stand by Peter and Ann Bateman - Antique George III (1791)
Sterling Silver Teapot Stand by Peter and Ann Bateman - Antique George III (1791)
Sterling Silver Teapot Stand by Peter and Ann Bateman - Antique George III (1791)
Sterling Silver Teapot Stand by Peter and Ann Bateman - Antique George III (1791)
Sterling Silver Teapot Stand by Peter and Ann Bateman - Antique George III (1791)
Sterling Silver Teapot Stand by Peter and Ann Bateman - Antique George III (1791)
Sterling Silver Teapot Stand by Peter and Ann Bateman - Antique George III (1791)
Sterling Silver Teapot Stand by Peter and Ann Bateman - Antique George III (1791)
Sterling Silver Teapot Stand by Peter and Ann Bateman - Antique George III (1791)
Sterling Silver Teapot Stand by Peter and Ann Bateman - Antique George III (1791)
Sterling Silver Teapot Stand by Peter and Ann Bateman - Antique George III (1791)
Sterling Silver Teapot Stand by Peter and Ann Bateman - Antique George III (1791)
Sterling Silver Teapot Stand by Peter and Ann Bateman - Antique George III (1791)
Sterling Silver Teapot Stand by Peter and Ann Bateman - Antique George III (1791)
Sterling Silver Teapot Stand by Peter and Ann Bateman - Antique George III (1791)
Sterling Silver Teapot Stand by Peter and Ann Bateman - Antique George III (1791)
Sterling Silver Teapot Stand by Peter and Ann Bateman - Antique George III (1791)
Sterling Silver Teapot Stand by Peter and Ann Bateman - Antique George III (1791)

Description


This exceptional antique George III sterling silver teapot stand/waiter has an elongated octagonal form.


The surface of the stand / waiter is encompassed with a broad band of impressive bright cut engraved alternating stemmed floral motifs segmented with oval medallions and flanked with a simplified undulating border.


The surface is further ornamented with a central shield shaped vacant cartouche, incorporating an osellating ribbon bow to the upper portion with a suspended leaf and floral festoon.


The swept border is ornamented with an applied ribbed border to the panelled rim.


This collectable silver teapot stand is supported by four impressive bracket style feet accented with a ribbed design.


This impressive example of Georgian silverware, crafted by the renowned London silversmiths Peter and Ann Bateman, is the finest example of its type you could hope to acquire.


Read a brief history of antique silver salvers and waiters


Date: 1791

Condition


This antique silver teapot stand / waiter is an exceptional gauge of silver, exceptional quality and in excellent presentation condition.

The bright cut engraved decoration is as crisp as the day it was made.

Full hallmarks struck to the underside of the stand are all very clear.


Reflections in photographs may detract from the true representation of this piece of Georgian silverware.


Dimensions


Length 19.7cm/7.8"

Width 14.5cm/5.7"

Length of surface 16.5cm/6.5"

Width of surface 12cm/4.7"

Height 2.8cm/1.1"


Weight


5.7 troy ounces/176g


 
 
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Andrew Campbell started trading in Antique Silver in the 1970's. Initially, Andrew lived in the South of England, travelling the country, searching for items of silver to buy. Andrew sold these items at various London markets and antique fairs. Over time, and through selling at a range of venues, Andrew built up a large and diverse customer base from private buyers to national and international trade customers.
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