Heavy coin silver (tested) teapot, lobed design with acanthus handle, ivory ferrule, and lobed body with repousse floral decoration to sides and spout, resting on a pierced base with scalloped foot ring. Marked on underside "W. Adams" and "New York" (William Adams, working circa 1831-1850) in serrated rectangles. Together with a warming stand / burner, also possibly coin silver, having lobed design with repousse floral decoration, scalloped edges and a pierced scalloped base, unmarked, surrounding a burner. Pot 8"H, burner 1-1/2" H x 6"Diam. Pot 38.85 oz troy, stand 12.87 oz troy. Condition: Teapot missing its finial on top. Some small cracks to ivory.
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