Description and Details
We are delighted to offer this Georgian solid silver teapot made by Robert Hennell in London, 1836.
The overall quality and gauge of silver on this teapot is excellent with an elegant 'melon-shaped' exterior supported by four cast-silver feet.
The spout features a long and curved form with an Acanthus leaf chased on the tip.
The handle presents a very elegant yet ergonomic design, allowing the teapot to be held with ease.
The interior remains in excellent clean condition with no leaks and in useable condition.
The teapot is fully hallmarked on the base.
A superb choice for collectors of Georgian English silverware for dining tables etc and equally practical and indulging for usage.
- Teapot Size (mm) W:280mm (Spout to Handle) H:155mm
- Teapot Size (inches) W:11.0 (Spout to Handle) H:6.10
- Teapot Weight: 704 Grams (24.8 oz)
Excellent Condition - The teapot is in excellent antique condition with no damage or issues. There are no leaks or repairs. Please refer to the photographs to examine the condition in further detail.
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