ANTIQUE GEORGE II GEORGIAN SILVER BACHELOR TEAPOT LONDON 1750

August 22, 2019 9:07 am Published by

A lovely little George II Solid Silver Teapot – called a Bachelor Tea Pot due to is smaller, single serving size. This Teapot stands on a spread foot and has an intricate bright cut engraved band around the rum and lid of the pot. Both sides of the teapot feature an engraved monogram. The Teapot has a dark wood handle.

Date – 1750.
Made in London.
Maker – Thomas Whipham.

Approx. Weight – 491g
Approx. Height -13.1cm
Approx. Width incl handle & Spout – 20.8cm

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