SOLD! for $377.00.
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Two 19th c. English Teapots. 1st item: George III Sterling Teapot with wooden button finial and wooden c-scroll handle. Bright cut decoration on lid, top, front and back. 5" high (including handle) x 10-1/2" W (handle to spout) x 3-5/8" D. 13.21 ounce troy including the handle. Date marks for 1818. 2nd item: Sheffield plate teapot with County Claire, Ireland inscription. Hinged oval lid with ivory button finial, lid engraved "Presented to John Lopdell Esq. C.E. by the Clare Horticultural Society." The teapot decorated with incised floral and leaf and fern fronds. Maker's marks on base, "TB over JH in shield" for Thomas Bradbury III and John S. Henderson. 6" H x 11" W x 4 1/2" D. Late 18th Century. Provenance: Estate of Judge W. Dale Young, Maryville, TN. Condition: Overall very good condition. 1st item: Possibly later finial (cracked) and hinge appears to be reinforced. Monogrammed "KL" in center cartouche. 2nd item: Small dent in top of handle. Some wear to plating and surface scratches.