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Victorian Regency Engraved Sterling Silver Teapot Barnard
  • Victorian Regency Engraved Sterling Silver Teapot Barnard
  • Victorian Regency Engraved Sterling Silver Teapot Barnard
  • Victorian Regency Engraved Sterling Silver Teapot Barnard
  • Victorian Regency Engraved Sterling Silver Teapot Barnard
  • Victorian Regency Engraved Sterling Silver Teapot Barnard
  • Victorian Regency Engraved Sterling Silver Teapot Barnard
  • Victorian Regency Engraved Sterling Silver Teapot Barnard
  • Victorian Regency Engraved Sterling Silver Teapot Barnard
  • Victorian Regency Engraved Sterling Silver Teapot Barnard
  • Victorian Regency Engraved Sterling Silver Teapot Barnard
  • Victorian Regency Engraved Sterling Silver Teapot Barnard
  • Victorian Regency Engraved Sterling Silver Teapot Barnard
  • Victorian Regency Engraved Sterling Silver Teapot Barnard
  • Victorian Regency Engraved Sterling Silver Teapot Barnard
  • Victorian Regency Engraved Sterling Silver Teapot Barnard
  • Victorian Regency Engraved Sterling Silver Teapot Barnard

Victorian Regency Engraved Sterling Silver Teapot Barnard

Price:

£1,500.00


Product Description

A beautifully made Regency style sterling silver teapot, assayed for London and dated 1851.

The bottom of the teapot bears the “EBJ&W” mark for Edward, John & William Barnard, a London silversmith who registered in December 1846.

Of compressed circular form, the teapot is engraved with rococo scrolling patterns and scales. In the middle on either side, it bears an unusual family crest. One with six crosslets and a demi-lion rampant holding a cross and the other a quartered shield with a gauntlet rampant holding some arrows. The silver flower bud finial also bears sterling silver assay marks for London.

The two crests suggest that the teapot was a marital present, celebrating the union of two important families.

The teapot came from Treworgey Manor in south east Cornwall. The crest on the reverse is related to that of the Connock-Marshall family who resided there.

The condition of the teapot is excellent, with no discernible wear.

Size: 16.5 x 15 x 14cm
Weight: 676g

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