A William IV teapot J. Watson and Son, Sheffield 1838
Lot 57Y
A William IV teapot J. Watson and Son, Sheffield 1838
Sold for £432 (US$ 726) inc. premium
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A William IV teapot
J. Watson and Son, Sheffield 1838
compressed circular with pleated bands, the domed cover with a floral finial, similar borders, on a pedestal foot, height 16cm, weight 32oz.

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