Extremely rare HUGE silver bullet teapot
Extremely rare HUGE silver bullet teapot
Extremely rare HUGE silver bullet teapot
Extremely rare HUGE silver bullet teapot
Extremely rare HUGE silver bullet teapot
Extremely rare HUGE silver bullet teapot
Extremely rare HUGE silver bullet teapot
Extremely rare HUGE silver bullet teapot
Extremely rare HUGE silver bullet teapot

ROBERT GORDON (worked from 1741)

Extremely rare HUGE silver bullet teapot

1742 Edinburgh

Offered by Silber-Galerie

£6,350 gbp
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Probably the largest Scottish George II teapot on the market.
Height c. 17 cm, diameter c. 17 cm
c. 946 grams and it takes c. 1.7 Liter
Usually this size was taken for kettles.
One picture shows the pot in comparison with "normal" bullet teapots of that time.
For coat of arms see Provenance
Excellent
Coat of arms related to the marriage of Charles Spearman of Thorney-Hall
and Margaret Young, sister of William Young, the Governor of Trinidad and Tobago.

Charles Spearman lived from 1728 until October 21st 1763.
Dimensions
Height 17.00 cm (6.69 inches)
Medium
Sterling Silver
Signed/Inscribed
1742
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