925/1000. Measures 21 x 13 cms x 13 cms and weighs 320 gms
A sterling silver “batchelor” teapot made in London in 1828 In the reign of George IV. It is fashioned in the
“melon” shape. The wooden handle is rigid and the hinge to the lid is firm. The lid has an ebony knob surmounted by a small silver finial held in place by a hallmarked wing nut. It has a good set of hallmarks on the base. There are some some surface dents commensurate with age but the pot is waterproof and pours well.
The pot measures 21 cms from the tip of the spout to end of the bow of the handle with a height of 13 cms and a width of 13 cms and weighs 320 gms.
It will be shipped internationally with tracking.
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