Georgian antique sterling silver teapot stand by William Bateman 1817.
William Bateman is said to be the best of all the Bateman family makers, this certainly exudes quality. The gauge of silver is excellent with beautiful perimeter detailing, similarities of fleur de lis patterning. The teapot stand is monogramed to centre with assay marks to underside of the base. The stand is sat on four corner claw and ball feet. Assay marks stamped include duty mark of George III, makers mark, passant lion mark, date letter (b) and London town mark.
The William Bateman teapot stand is in fine condition. The patina is good with the tray surface having good tension. Details are all good with hand engraved monogram having clean definition, all sits flat and level. Minor surface marks to tray, surface marks representative of age. Assay marks are all clear for age with slight rubbing, all decipherable.
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