London, South Kensington
13 March 2001
A VICTORIAN SILVER TEAPOT AND STAND
MARK OF CHARLES FOX, 1837
the teapot of lobed globular-form, the rim engraved with scrolls on a granulated ground, the lid of leaf-form, with a branch-form spout and carved wood handle, raised on an openwork skirt foot, engraved with an elaborate coat-of-arms and a crest, the stand of circular section with an openwork rim - 21cm (8 1/4 in), 31oz gross.
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