Superb large Victorian silver teapot London 1844 Robert Garrard XX East Devon


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This very heavy and lovely quality Victorian silver teapot was made in London in 1844 by Robert Garrard and measures 10.25 inches handle to spout by 6.5 inches wide and is 8 inches tall, it is engraved to the body and lid and also to the shaped round foot which is interspersed with scrolls and a fleur de lys design, the cast swan neck spout has large acanthus leaves decorating it whilst the cast double scrolled handle has an acanthus leaf thumb piece and a leaf running along the underside of the handle, the lobed quatre foil shaped lid is engraved and has a large rose and leaf finial that is marked with the makers mark, sovereigns head and lion passant and it is fully and clearly hallmarked under the base and inside the hinged lid. It has to the side a cast and applied regimental insignia for East Devon XX foot regiment which I believe was formed in 1688, a superb tea pot from an excellent maker weighing 39.75 ounces or 1236 grams.

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