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PEWTER MINIATURE TEAPOT. NEW ENGLAND (CIRCA
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PEWTER MINIATURE TEAPOT. NEW ENGLAND (CIRCA 1820-1840). Single hole at base of spout, original black paint on handle and finial. The handle and spout...

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    1825-1842). A mark attributed to James Brown and Company stamped into the underside. Body is made of seamed sheet metal in halves, each probably stamped to shape with a ... [more like this]
  • PEWTER TEAPOT. EDWARD QUICK. LONDON, ENGLAND
    (CIRCA 1720-1735). Maker's mark stamped into outside bottom. Body parts soldered together, seven-hole strainer at base of spout. Height 4 ½ inches, width 7 ½ inches, ... [more like this]
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  • PEWTER TEAPOT. JOHN TOWNSEND. LONDON, ENGLAND
    (CIRCA 1748-1767). Maker's mark stamped into outside bottom. Body parts soldered together, seven-hole strainer at base of spout. Height 6 ½ inches, width 7 ¾ inches, ... [more like this]
  • PEWTER TEAPOT STAND. ATTRIBUTED TO JAMES
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  • PEWTER MINIATURE TEAPOT. NEW ENGLAND (CIRCA
    1820-1840). Single hole at base of spout, original black paint on handle and finial. The handle and spout relate closely in design to full sized teapots marked by Israel ... [more like this]
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    (CIRCA 1760-1780). The mark of Henry Joseph overstruck with the mark of Richard King, Jr. stamped into outside bottom. Overstrikes, common in early English pewter, suggest ... [more like this]
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    (CIRCA 1736-1771). Maker's mark stamped into outside bottom. Body parts soldered together, four-hole strainer at base of spout. Height 5 inches, width 6 ⅞ inches, diameter ... [more like this]
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    (CIRCA 1736-1770). Maker's mark in Gothic letters and a crowned "X" stamped into outside bottom. Body parts soldered together, seven-hole strainer at base of spout. ... [more like this]
  • PEWTER TEAPOT. RICHARD PITT AND EDWARD DADLEY.
    LONDON, ENGLAND (CIRCA 1781-1799). Maker's mark stamped into inside bottom. Owner's initials "HSS" engraved on opposite sides. Seven-hole strainer at base of spout. ... [more like this]
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  • PEWTER TEAPOT. POSSIBLY LONDON, ENGLAND (CIRCA
    1730-1760). Maker's mark stamped into outside bottom. Body parts burned together, seven-hole strainer at base of spout. Height 4 ⅜ inches, width 6 inches, diameter ... [more like this]
  • PEWTER TEAPOT. JOHN TOWNSEND. LONDON, ENGLAND
    (CIRCA 1748-1767). Maker's mark stamped into outside bottom. Body parts soldered together, seven-hole strainer at base of spout. Height 6 ¼ inches, width 6 inches, diameter ... [more like this]
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