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Sterling Silver Teapot - Antique Georgian (1787)

An exceptional, fine and impressive antique Georgian English sterling silver teapot by John Wakelin & William Taylor; an addition to our silver teaware collection

SKU: W9651
Price: £1,595.00
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Sterling Silver Teapot - Antique Georgian (1787)
Sterling Silver Teapot - Antique Georgian (1787)
Sterling Silver Teapot - Antique Georgian (1787)
Sterling Silver Teapot - Antique Georgian (1787)
Sterling Silver Teapot - Antique Georgian (1787)
Sterling Silver Teapot - Antique Georgian (1787)
Sterling Silver Teapot - Antique Georgian (1787)
Sterling Silver Teapot - Antique Georgian (1787)
Sterling Silver Teapot - Antique Georgian (1787)
Sterling Silver Teapot - Antique Georgian (1787)
Sterling Silver Teapot - Antique Georgian (1787)
Sterling Silver Teapot - Antique Georgian (1787)
Sterling Silver Teapot - Antique Georgian (1787)
Sterling Silver Teapot - Antique Georgian (1787)
Sterling Silver Teapot - Antique Georgian (1787)
Sterling Silver Teapot - Antique Georgian (1787)
Sterling Silver Teapot - Antique Georgian (1787)
Sterling Silver Teapot - Antique Georgian (1787)
Sterling Silver Teapot - Antique Georgian (1787)
Sterling Silver Teapot - Antique Georgian (1787)
Sterling Silver Teapot - Antique Georgian (1787)
Sterling Silver Teapot - Antique Georgian (1787)
Sterling Silver Teapot - Antique Georgian (1787)
Sterling Silver Teapot - Antique Georgian (1787)
Sterling Silver Teapot - Antique Georgian (1787)
Sterling Silver Teapot - Antique Georgian (1787)

Description


This exceptional antique George III sterling silver teapot has a plain elongated octagonal panelled form.


The upper and lower rims of the teapot are embellished with fine and impressive bright cut engraved alternating simplified floral festoons and oval motifs accented with pin struck decoration, all on a matte border.


This fine Georgian teapot is fitted with a plain flush hinged hallmarked cover reflecting the identical decoration to that of the body; the flush hinge indicates the high quality of this piece.


The cover is further ornamented with a bright cut engraved crest depicting a demi-lion rampant holding in his dexter paw a branch of laurel.


The impressive cover is surmounted with the original panelled carved pear wood and sterling silver finial, secured to the interior of the cover by a quatrefoil shaped nut.


This Georgian silver teapot retains the original carved C shaped pear wood handle with panelled sterling silver sockets ornamented with further pin struck decoration.


This fine example of antique teaware has an impressive panelled spout accented with pin struck borders to each edge.


View the full range of Georgian teaware available at AC Silver


Date: 1787

Condition


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

The interior of the teapot has been professionally cleaned and is ready for use.

The bright cut engraved and pin struck decoration is all very crisp.

Full hallmarks struck to the underside of the teapot and part hallmarks to the interior of the cover are all very clear.


Reflections in photographs may detract from the true representation of this Georgian sterling silver teapot.


Dimensions


Length from back of handle to tip of spout 24.7cm/9.7"

Width 9cm/3.5"

Height to top of handle 12.6cm/5"


Weight


18.5 troy ounces/574g


 
 
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Andrew Campbell started trading in antiques during the 1970s. 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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