This object is eligible for a Certificate of BADA Provenance

A charming Antique Sterling Silver Teapot made in the reign of Edward VII. The teapot is of rectangular form, with half fluting to the base which is repeated on the lid. The pot has a border of shell and scroll design to the top.

The pot has a fruit wood handle and the hinged lid has a wooden finial. The pot stands on 4 fall feet.

Width from handle to spout 11.25 inches 28.57 cm

Height to top of the finial 6 inches 15.24 cm


Origin: London

Year: 1905

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