A William IV sterling silver teapot, London 1837 by Joseph Angell Snr & John Angell

A William IV sterling silver teapot, London 1837 by Joseph Angell Snr & John Angell

Of rounded form raised upon four cast anthemion scroll bracket feet. The shell capped curved spout opposite a moulded C scroll handle inset with worked ivory insulators pinned to scroll sections with a shell junction. The hinged domed lid surmounted by a detachable cast and chased finial formed as flowers upon a leafy calyx. The body and lid with embossed decoration of fruiting vine amidst intertwining vines. The underneath engraved ‘Garter to E.C.H June 1838”. Fully marked underneath, part-marked to the lid, handle and finial, the later retaining nut Birmingham circa 1905 by J R Gaunt & Son.

Length – 28.5 cm / 11.25 inches

Weight – 656 grams / 21.09 ozt

Sold for £400

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