This exceptional antique George V sterling silver teapot has a plain panelled pear shaped form onto a spreading stepped octagonal collet style foot.
The surface of this octagonal panelled teapot is plain and unembellished.
This antique teapot retains the original hinged hallmarked domed panelled cover surmounted with an impressive sterling silver tiered finial.
This Edward Barnard and Sons silver teapot is fitted with the original carved painted wood opposing scrolling handle with a scroll style thumbpiece, with plain panelled sterling silver sockets.
The teapot has a panelled swan necked spout, accented with a scalloped socket in junction with the body.
This impressive example of antique silverware was crafted by the renowned London silversmiths Edward Barnard & Sons Ltd.
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