Antique Silver George III Teapot & Stand made in 1804-05


A stylish Georgian sliver teapot of shaped oval form and delicate fluting with a matching stand.

Date 1804 - 1805
Made By Crispin Fuller
Location London
Stock Number W15x35
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1804 - 1805
Maker: Crispin Fuller

A stylish Georgian sliver teapot of shaped oval form and delicate fluting with a matching stand.

The teapot retains the original stand which has a mahogany insert to the underneath to prevent heat transference on to the table.

The teapot stand bears the date letter for 1804 and the teapot for 1805, with both pieces being made by Crispin Fuller. Fuller was apprenticed to the famous lady silversmith, Hester Bateman, and married her granddaughter, Sarah.

The teapot still retains the original handle and finial which matches the shape of the body.

The teapot was made in the year of the Battle of Trafalgar.

Dimensions: width (of teapot from tip of spout to handle) 28 cm, length (of stand) 15.25 cm x 12.5 cm; weight (teapot stand) 17.2 troy oz.

Crispin Fuller

He was apprenticed at 14 years old to Hester Bateman and married her granddaughter, Sarah, in 1781.

A London maker who entered his first mark on 29th December, 1792. Address: 42 Monkwell Street. Second and third marks (two sizes), 11th July 1796.

Moved to 3 Windsor Court, Monkwell Street, 14th August 1791. Fourth mark, 5th August 1823. His son, Jeremiah, was apprenticed to James Shallis as oil and colourman, 2nd June 1813, when Fuller was still at Windsor Court.

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For Europe £30.00
For the rest of World £50.00
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