Only suitable for sale within the UK, due to the ivory content in the handle heat spacers. This item has been registered for exemption under the new Ivory Act and is legal to sell. We are happy for the registration number (6XA38XWZ) to be checked with the Animal & Plant Health Agency.
Georgian, George III, silver teapot of part fluted form with a raised oval cartouche to one side with the initial "A". The cover and finial are also part fluted, as is the spout. The body is raised upon four ball feet.
Condition is excellent with light surface wear commensurate with age and use. Moderate wear on the seam in the area of the handle, with very light pressure marks. The teapot is watertight and pours well.
Hallmarked to the underside of the base for London 1807 by Thomas Wallis II. Also hallmarked to the interior of the cover for 1807 and the lion passant. The base of the handle is also part hallmarked.
Approximate weight is 582 grams or 18.7 troy ounces.
Approximate dimensions are 27 cm length, 15.5 cm height and 10.5 cm depth.