Antique George I Sterling Silver Bachelor Teapot, Early Georgian 18th Century

Antique George I Sterling Silver Bachelor Teapot, Early Georgian 18th Century
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1722 England
A lovely Antique George I solid silver teapot. This small silver teapot is perfect for single servings and as such is known as a bachelor teapot. The tea pot has a cream handle and finial. The teapot is an excellent example of the classic understated Georgian style, and is unadorned.

Made in London in 1722 by Richard Watts.

The Teapot has a full English Hallmark on the Base and is Part Marked on the lid.

Approx. Length - 19.4cm
Approx. Width - 10.9cm

Stock code - TEA01 GEO01 EAR01.
 
Made in England
Date - 1722
Maker - Richard Watts

Height 4.29 inch (10.90 cm)
Width 3.82 inch (9.70 cm)
Depth 7.64 inch (19.40 cm)

CONDITION

Good

MEDIUM

Sterling Silver
£8,150

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