Museal Teapot in Silver from London by Joseph Angell 1820

Item number: B018391.2

Antique Teapot in Sterling Silver 925/-

Category: Teapots & Coffeepots

2.500,00 €

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Joseph Angell, Georgian silver (1714 - 1830). Silver teapot from the Regency period (1811-1820), London, stamped 1820. Pear shape with hinged lid and round foot with foliage in repoussé technique. The depictions with genre scenes and floral motifs. The design has an oriental touch and shows playing putti eating grapes. Lid with figural finish of a Chinese man, swan neck spout and wooden handle.  A wild boar is the main anchor of the handle. The attention to detail is incredible and it is easy to see the value and effort that went into making this teapot. It usually took two years to create a masterpiece like this. There are highly polished areas and intricate areas with endless detail. Unknown family crest in a depiction of a burning tree. Rubbing due to age. Museum quality, collectible.

Measures & Details
- Silver 925/-
- Weight 802,40 g
- Contents 1 L
- 28 x 16 x 15,5 cm


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Material: Silber
Epochen: Klassizismus
Themen: Design Tee & Kaffee Sammlerstück
Shipping weight: 2,00 Kg
Product weight: 0,80 Kg
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