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Antique early 19th-century (1802) silver teapot

A fine George III sterling silver teapot by Crispin Fuller,

of oval bellied form, part fluted sides and reeded rim. This ovoid shape is characteristics of Crispin Fuller teapots of the earlier, pre-1800 style. 

It has an original ebony elegant scroll handle and an ebony ovoid finial, in keeping with the shape of the teapot.

It has a nice flush (concealed) hinge. There is some discolouration at the hinge from an old repair, which was well executed and neat. It is only minor and has not affected the working of the hinge. 

Fully hallmarked on the base. The inside of the lid is also marked with a matched George III sterling mark. 

A vacant cartouche on each side of the teapot, they are made up of bright-cut foliated borders.

HALLMARKS: London, STERLING fineness 92.5%. MAKER Crispin Fuller

DATE: 1802

DIMENSION (approx)

Length from handle to spout: 27cm.  Height to finial: 18cm.  Width: 13cm

WEIGHT: 435g

CONDITION: It is in good condition with general wear commensurate with age and use. Some minor knocks and scratches. Some wear to the cartouches. The interior has tarnish and tea stain. The handle, hinge and finial are all firmly attached without damage, and in full working order. No splits to the spout which is still in nice shape and condition. 

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George III silver teapot


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