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1891 – 1959

Teapot and cover of Basket or Tridacna shell design; edges and handles decorated in pink; spout decorated in pink relief vinelike decoration. Part of a set that includes: #59.1.1, #59.1.2, and #59....

circa 1890

Small silver teapot with extended handle and spout, attached lid. Simple border decoration around bottom and under top of lid. Engraved "Providence" on bottom above Rogers Bros stamp. Rectangular s...

circa 1881

Silver cylindrical tea pot, domed, hinged lid with cast finial, repousse and chased over entire surface. Cartouche engraved with inscription. Inscription: "Presented to Miss Ida Lewis by the office...

01.257 AB
1791 – 1792

Teapot and stand in the neoclassical style, oval shaped cylindrical body with a straight cone shaped spout, wooden handle, and attached lid. Oval shaped stand supported by four tapered fet. Bright-...

1760 – 1770

Rococo style silver teapot with mark of Paul Revere. Imagery on sides of teapot include a rampant lion and a shield with birds, circles, and a chevron. Birds, fruit, and foliage surround the lid.

1740 – 1760

Salt-glazed stoneware teapot. Enamels; polychrome flowers; round shaped body with spout, handle, and lid. Tag inside pot reads: "teapot brought over in the 'Mayflower'.

circa 1720

Round shaped porcelain teapot with spout, handle, and dome-shaped lid; decoration of mandarin figures and genre scenes in black, rust and gold linework. European market teapot. Rouge de fer overgla...

after 1700

Floral enamel teapot without handles and round body with slender neck and spout. Symbol on bottom consisting of two squares, one inside of the other.

Squat variety teapot with a blue flow floral design. Lid included. From the Wanton-Lyman-Hazard house.

Tea pot that is gadrooned around bottom half. Four feet are plain round balls; spout with fluting at bottom; wooden handle, wooden fluted top knob.

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