London, South Kensington
28 May 2002
A George IV Irish Silver Teapot
MAKER'S MARK WN, PERHAPS FOR WILLIAM NOWLAN, DUBLIN, 1825
the lobed circular section teapot with alternating cartouche and mask motifs on the lobes, supported on a conforming foot and with a carved ivory handle - 28oz gross.
See Illustration page 42
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