Boston Silver Teapot by Samuell Edwards

American Silver Teapot, by Samuel Edwards – Boston, MA Circa 1760


Boston, MA circa 1760
Length 9″
Weight 16 oz. tw

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This is a beautiful antique silver tea pot from the 18th century. Its apple-shape is a common teapot design of the early Boston-era silversmiths. This piece has an s-shaped spout with a leaf cap and a c-shaped wooden handle, to protect the hands from heat. The domed cover is complete with bud finial and a flat, invisible hinge. The sides of the tea pot are decorated with designs, coat of arms, and crest. The underneath of this teapot is engraved with the initials “C O M,” which is said to be for Obadiah and Martha Curtis. Also underneath is the mark of Samuel Edwards. This marking is distinct, with its S•E with crown above and flour-de-lis below.


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