A 20th century George VI sterling silver teapot.
The teapot has sterling silver hall marks for Edinburgh, the year 1938 and a maker’s mark for Henry Tatton & Son.
The teapot is in an Art Deco design with a carved ivory handle and a knob for the hinged lid.
The teapot is angular in shape with a fine scrolling acanthus engraved decoration around the top edge and corners surrounding the lid.
The teapot is in good condition and is made from a heavy gauge of silver.
The hall marks to the underside of the pot and the lid are both in good condition. (Circa 1938)
Height 14.5cm (5.7 inches)
Length 28cm (11 inches)
Width 11cm (4.3 inches)
Weight 715g (25.2oz)