This is an outstanding teapot by James Dixson and Sons of Sheffield England. The teapot has an elaborate burner and stand. The pot is covered with great intricate decorations, a hinged handle and floral finial. The pot is attached to the base with two pins. One pin releases the holder so the teapot and be tilted on the hinge.
The other releases the hinge so the teapot can be removed. Both pins are attached to the base with a chain. The removeable burner has a reservoir for the fluid and a wick for keeping the pot hot. It is marked on the bottom with the D and S logo, which dates the teapot to circa 1835. The teapot and burner assembly is 15" tall to the top of the finial and 17" tall to the top of the handle.Great condition - no dents. Please note there is some discoloration under the pot where the heat was used.
There is some loss of the silver plate to the burner. The inside has not been cleaned. Do not discard boxes or packing material as this is required for presentation to the carrier. Payments must be made by Pay Pal. We do not accept bank transfers or personal international checks.
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