Large silver plated teapot
Imposing silver plated teapot, ovoid gadrooned body decorated with delicately engraved floral work, set with a tall neck and scroll shaped handle and spout, the handle lined with porcelain insulating rings, by Harrison of Sheffield; antique English circa 1850.
Condition: Antique — minor surface wear
Products made in the traditional Victorian style are often recognisable because of their lavish decoration. The design mixes various sources of inspiration, but the prevalent decorative features are rich floral ornaments, scrolls and foliage, often applied all over the items.
- 22.5 cm high x 26 cm long
How to care
All our cutlery can be washed normally, including ivory, bone, antler and horn handles; silver and silver plated parts can be polished.
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