10 June 2008
THE OAKWOOD COLLECTION
A GEORGE II SILVER TEAPOT
MARK OF ISAAC COOKSON, NEWCASTLE, 1731
Bullet-shaped and on spreading foot, with curved spout and wood handle, the hinged cover with a part-wood finial, engraved with a band of strapwork and palmettes within trailing foliage, engraved underneath with initials, marked underneath, the base further engraved with a scratchweight '13=2'
8¼ in. (21 cm.) wide
gross weight 13 oz. (422 gr.)
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