This impressive antique silver teapot, in sterling standard, has a circular rounded, compressed form.
The upper portion of the body is embellished with embossed fluted decoration.
The plain body of the teapot is ornamented with the contemporary bright cut engraved crest of a griffin's head couped holding in the beak a serpent.
This antique William IV teapot is fitted with a domed hinged hallmarked cover, ornamented with further fluted ornamentation to the upper plateau.
The teapot retains the original, large sterling silver finial, accented with lobed ornamentation in a floral design.
This exceptional example of antique silverware is fitted with an impressive hallmarked sterling silver C shaped handle with a plain scrolling thumbpiece.
The teapot is fitted with a fine and impressive plain swan necked spout.
This 19th century silver teapot is supported by four bracket style feet, embellished with embossed and applied leaf designs.
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Maker: Richard Pearce & George Burrow