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Antique Silver George III Teapot & Stand made in 1796

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An antique silver Georgian teapot and stand. The teapot has reeded borders and is surmounted by a glorious silver pineapple finial (a sign of hospitality in the 18th century) and is engraved with contemporary initials to one side.

Date 1796
Made By Peter & Ann Bateman
Location London
Stock Number W24x20SA33x10

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Date:
1796
Maker: Peter & Ann Bateman
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Description

An antique silver Georgian teapot and stand.

The teapot has reeded borders and is surmounted by a glorious silver pineapple finial (a sign of hospitality in the 18th century) and is engraved with contemporary initials to one side.

The teapot and the stand have matching marks and they are in excellent condition throughout.

It has a capacity of approximately 1150 ml – just over 2 UK pints.

Weight: 18 troy oz.

Maker
Peter & Ann Bateman

Part of the famous Bateman family. Hester Bateman’s sons, Peter Bateman and John Bateman, registered their mark in 1790. This partnership was of short duration as Jonathan, who married Ann Downlinff, died in 1791.

In 1791, the mark was changed to Peter and Ann Bateman. Ann was Jonathan’s widow and not Peter’s wife (he married Alice Beavoir) or Hester’s daughter (Ann Bateman married Richard Cottrill).

In 1800, the mark of Peter Bateman, Ann Bateman and William (I) Bateman was registered. William Bateman was the son of Jonathan and Ann Bateman, who, in 1800, entered in partnership with his uncle Peter and his mother Ann.

In 1805, after the retirement of Ann, was registered the new mark of Peter Bateman and William (I) Bateman.

Delivery Details

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Some countries levy import duties and local taxes. Payment of these is the purchaser’s responsibility and beyond the control of William Walter Antiques Ltd. When the container has reached the destination country, a customs representative will contact you for payment prior to delivery.

Import restrictions are applicable to some destinations, especially the import of products containing materials such as ivory and tortoiseshell. We cannot accept orders requiring shipment to any countries which implement such controls.

All items are checked and photographed prior to packaging, and we aim to dispatch 1-3 days after receiving cleared payment.

Delivery Charges:
For the UK £15.00
For Europe £30.00
For the rest of World £50.00
The charges are subject to change

About William Walter Antiques

At the heart of William Walter Antiques is our dedication to providing our customers with beautiful silver of supreme quality, which celebrates all that is precious about sterling silver. Customer service also being paramount, our long-standing, devoted staff team go above and beyond the call of duty for all our clients. We believe it is this combination of passion and commitment that has kept our customers with us for many years.

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53-64 Chancery Lane,
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