Rare teapot from the georgian period. Wonderful and rich decorated body: curved foots with rich flower, tendrils, medaillon and rocailles relief decor. Flat, bumpy body with flat and concave shoulder. Sliggtly conical, long neck with wide open, gradual rim. Domed bumpy lid with leaf decoration. Elegant curved long spout with relief acanthus leaves. Curved handle, made from ebony wood, mounted in two tube-shaped elements with rich, scrolled relief acanthus patern. Marked, mark not identified. The letter "B" stands for Berlin, assay marks J.C.S. Kessner 1819-1854 and Ch. F. Deppe 1842-1847. Made about 1840. Tremolierstrich. Condition very good!
Height appr. 6,7 inch
Diameter of the body appr. 6,5 inch
Max. width appr. 12 inch
Weight 580 g
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