Lot 432 (The February Fine Art & Antiques Auction, 25th February 2021)

A fine George III silver teapot, London 1817 by Edward Farrell, the chased and embossed decoration in the manner of David Teniers, depicting musicians and drunken revellers in tavern scenes, the finial modelled as a reclining man smoking a long pipe with drink in hand, a dog beside him, scrolled wooden handle and stylised mythical beast spout, the four feet of anthropomorphic design, depicting lions in human clothing, 17.5 cm high x 25 cm wide, 36 ozt.

Provenance: Deceased Maidenhead estate, private owner.

Sold for £3,100


Condition report

In good condition with no apparent damage or repair. Some light surface scratches evident to flat areas.

 

A fine George III silver teapot, London 1817 by Edward Farrell, the chased and embossed decoration in the manner of David Teniers, depicting musicians and drunken revellers in tavern scenes, the finial modelled as a reclining man smoking a long pipe with drink in hand, a dog beside him, scrolled wooden handle and stylised mythical beast spout, the four feet of anthropomorphic design, depicting lions in human clothing, 17.5 cm high x 25 cm wide, 36 ozt.

Provenance: Deceased Maidenhead estate, private owner.

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