A very attractive Georgian, George III, silver teapot of oblong form with bands of bright cut decoration, including Greek key, laurel leaves and seaweed. Features a wooden handle and wooden knop. There is a wreath enclosed cartouche to either side. One is vacant and one has the letter S inside it.
Condition is excellent with no dents, creases or splits. Traces of very old solder repair to the underside of the base as is normal with teapots of this age. There will be surface wear commensurate with age.
Hallmarked to the underside of the body for Newcastle 1806 by Thomas Wilson.
Approximate weight is 449 grams or 14.4 troy ounces.
Approximate dimensions are 27 cm length, 15.5 cm height and 11.5 cm depth.