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Antique Edwardian, Queen Anne Style Sterling Silver Spirit Tea Kettle
Offered by AC Silver
The lower portion of the body is embellished with fine and impressive fluted decoration, in the Queen Anne style.
This antique tea kettle is fitted with a hinged hallmarked cover, which also features fluted decoration and retains the original and impressive carved wood and sterling silver oval fluted shaped finial.
This fine example of antique teaware is fitted with an impressive shaped handle with impressive paw decorated sockets to either side of the central original carved wood handpiece.
The antique tea kettle is fitted with an impressive spout, ornamented to the underside with embossed fluted decoration.
The kettle detaches from the original hallmarked sterling silver stand supported by four impressive paw and scrolling leaf decorated legs.
The stand incorporates a plain frame which retains the original detachable spirit burner.
The kettle stand is fitted with the original chains and lobed hallmarked security pegs.
Height to top of handle 33.2cm/13.1"
Length from back of handle to tip of spout 22cm/8.7"
Width of body 11.9cm/4.7"
34.3 troy ounces/1067g
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The interior of the kettle has been professionally cleaned and is ready for use.
Full hallmarks struck to the surface of the kettle and stand, and part hallmarks to the cover, have wear in keeping with age and location.
The date letter surround, in conjunction with the registration date of the maker, determines the date of this piece between 1900-1912, with a strong probability of 1905 due to the visible bracketed serifs of the letter.
Reflections in photographs may detract from the true representation of this fine example of Edwardian silverware.
Origin: Birmingham, England
35B St Georges Terrace
Tyne & Wear