Silver mounted teapot

£174.50 

  • Silver mounted teapot
  • Silver mounted teapot
  • Silver mounted teapot
  • Silver mounted teapot
  • Silver mounted teapot

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Charming small brown glazed ceramic teapot with sterling silver mounts by Henry Bourne, hallmarked for Birmingham 1904; antique English Edwardian.

Condition: some surface wear, spout was chipped and encased in silver

Size: 15 cm long, 11 cm high

Edwardian period lasted between 1901-1910, however, when describing the style of homewares, it is loosely applied to the early 1900s. The main features of the Edwardian style are elegance, fairly reserved and very tasteful decoration and the accent on the function of each item. So it is easy to see why Edwardian period products are still popular.

Facts of Lavish Good to know — you can use silver plated tableware and tea sets on a daily basis. Food is harmless to it, as long as they are washed and dried thoroughly after use. Regular use also helps keeping them bright and shiny.

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