London, South Kensington
28 - 29 November 2006
A GEORGE III SILVER OVAL TEAPOT,
MARK OF JOHN BELDON, LONDON, 1803,
The sides half-fluted, with engraved stiff acanthus leaves between the fluting, an engraved frieze of trailing flowers on linear ground, domed, fluted cover with engraved diaper-work border, the decoration repeated on collet foot, engraved on either side with crest of Hamilton, 15.5 oz.
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