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David Clayton Miniature Teapot, 1720

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£950.00
Miniature Teapot - London circa 1720 by David Clayton - 5.5cm high; 6.5cm wide; 25g - BL/3555

David Clayton Miniature Teapot, 1720







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This is a rare example of an early Georgian period miniature silver teapot. This George I model is a faithful copy of the type of teapot that was being made circa 1710-20. It has a loop handle and removable cover. It bears a lion passant mark to the body and the "DC" makers mark of David Clayton, the finest specialist maker of toys and miniatures, to the underside. Excellent condition throughout.
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