Art Deco Silver Teapot - Recently Sold

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Stock number: 20C501

Art Deco Silver Teapot - Recently Sold

A superb Art Deco silver teapot.

It is plain and rectangular, standing on a plain rectangular foot. It has a hinged lid

The handle and the Art Deco finial are both original and made of blackened wood.

Made in 1937 by William Adams of Birmingham.

This is a marvellous example of an Art Deco silver teapot. It has been made in a particularly thick gauge of silver, hence it feels really heavy in the hand. Could we find something similar for you? Email us now. We ship worldwide.

  • Overall length (back of handle - end of spout): 11 3/8 inches (29 cm)
  • Height to top of wooden finial: 6 1/2 inches (16.5 cm)
  • Weight: 25 oz (777 g)

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