Online-Only Auction, 7 - 17 July 2017

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ZAR 4 919
Lot 369
  • A William IV silver teapot, William Bateman II, London, 1835
  • A William IV silver teapot, William Bateman II, London, 1835

Lot Estimate
ZAR 2 500 - 3 000
Selling Price
Incl. Buyer's Premium and VAT
ZAR 4 919

About this Item

A William IV silver teapot, William Bateman II, London, 1835


of melon form, the lobed body raised on a conforming circular footrim, the moulded c-scroll handle with stylised leaf thumbpiece, the domed and hinged cover with later moulded double flowerhead finial, the spout moulded with an anthemion, 595g, 14cm high

* Please note that this lot is not suitable for export.

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