GEORGE III SILVER BRIGHT-CUT CRESTED TEAPOT, HENRY CHAWNER, LONDON, 1792-93; AND A STAND, JOHN LAMBE, LONDON, 1788-89.

Est. $600-$800
Sold: $720 ($600)

The teapot of oval serpentine shape, engraved on each side with a roundel surmounted by a helmet issuing scrolling acanthus, one side with the crest of a demi-eagle out of a mural coronet, and the other with the initials “RWE” in foliate script, the fluted corners bright-cut with zigzag bands, all within scalloped leaftip and florette borders, the cover with stained pineapple finial, treen handle; the serpentine stand on shaped supports, each marked beneath and under the teapot cover. Together with a George V silver caster, Heming & Co., Ltd., London, 1925-26. 22 oz. total. Height of teapot 6 ¼ inches. (3)

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