Georgian, George III, silver teapot with high quality bright cut and prick work detail. Features a late Victorian inscription to the underside of the base. There is a vacant cartouche on either side of the main body.
Hallmarked to the underside for London 1789 by George Burrows I. The inside of the lid is hallmarked with the lion passant.
Condition is fair with moderate surface wear commensurate with age. There are traces of old solder repairs around the base of the spout, the base of one of the vacant cartouches and the base of the main body as shown in the photos. Solder traces to the interior as shown in the photo. No damage to the lid, hinge, handle or spout.Display use only as not watertight.
Approximate weight is 382 grams or 12.2 troy ounces.
Approximate dimensions are 25 cm handle to spout length, 14 cm height and 9 cm width.