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Two various English silver teapots
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Two various English silver teapots

MAKER'S MARK LARGEST TEAPOT HD, LONDON, 1821; MAKER'S MARK OF EDWARD BARNARD, JOHN BARNARD & WILLIAM BARNARD, LONDON, 1831

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Two various English silver teapots
Maker's mark largest teapot HD, London, 1821; maker's mark of Edward Barnard, John Barnard & William Barnard, London, 1831
The largest one melon-shaped, on shaped circular foot, the body engraved with scrolls, trelliswork, foliage and cartouches, the hinged cover with large fruit finial; smaller circular compressed teapot on four shaped feet (one dented), scroll handle with bone insulators, hinged cover
12.2cm. high (largest teapot)
marked on reverse
926gr. (2)
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