Lot 192 (Fine Sale, 21st March 2018)

Sold for £1,500


Lot details

GEORGE I SILVER BULLET SHAPED TEAPOT, having plain round baluster body, straight tapering spout, ivory scroll handle and finial, hinged lid, and sitting on a collet foot, London, 1722, maker's initials: R.W., possibly for Robert White, 11 Troy ozs approx. 19.5cm length, 11cm high. (B.P. 24% incl. VAT)

Condition report
Small dent to one side of body, hinge in working order although a tiny loose, one or two minor dings around inner rim, ivory handles have some cracks as expected, but no significant losses, teapot spout good. Hallmarks still fairly clear. Surface wear as expected.