Silver lustre (lustreware) teapot with gadroon and ball moulding. c.1820-1825. AP/1070.


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A teapot of oblong form with moulded gadroon type flutes around body and bands of ball decoration. Redware body with all-over silver lustre ware decoration over a lead glaze. The spout is plain. The handle has acanthus type leaf moulding at top. Simple hand-pierced 9 hole strainer. The lid is pierced with an additional piercing below the finial. The finial is a gadrooned elongated oval button type.
Probably Staffordshire.

Pot ID: AP/1070
Dimensions: 152mm high to top of finial.
Net Weight (grams): 762
Date: c.1820-1825

Condition Report:
Lid has four chips around rim and a piece of rim has been poorly restuck.
The teapot body inner rim has three very small nibbles. Minor wear to lustre, mostly on handle.

Weight 1250 g