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Early 20th Century


Step back in time with this exquisitely embossed Edwardian silver-plated teapot, a reflection of the early 20th-century British tea culture. This piece is a celebration of the Edwardian era's craftsmanship, boasting intricate embossed patterns that cover its globular body, offering a rich texture and visual delight.


The teapot features a blend of geometric and naturalistic motifs, characteristic of the period's design aesthetics that favored elaborate decoration. A distinctive wooden handle and finial add a touch of warmth to the cool silver plate, providing a comfortable grip that contrasts beautifully with the metalwork. This combination of materials is not just about beauty but also practicality, as the wood stays cool to the touch even when the teapot contains hot liquid.


Marked "Made in England," this teapot bears witness to the renowned quality of English silverware. The base’s hallmark attests to its authenticity and origin, linking it to a time when afternoon tea was an elegant affair. Today, this teapot remains not only a collector's treasure but also a functional piece ready to grace any table with its historic charm and timeless elegance.

Antique Etched Edwardian Silver-Plated Teapot, Made in England

  • Measurements

    8.25" H x 5.5" W x 10" D

  • Condition

    Good, obvious signs of tarnish that you can easily polish up. (refer to photos)

  • No returns or exchanges

    Buyer can contact seller about any issues with an order.

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