Teapot, part of a teaset said to have been used by Emma, Lady Hamilton by unknown

Teapot, part of a teaset said to have been used by Emma, Lady Hamilton

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Teapot, part of a teaset said to have been used by Emma, Lady Hamilton

Teapot and lid, part of a teaset said to have been used by Emma, Lady Hamilton (circa 1765-1815). The teapot is white, decorated with beige panels, gilding and sprigs of coloured flowers. It is a round, facetted shape and stands on a scalloped foot, with a knop on the lid in the form of a flower. The handle is scroll-shaped.

  • Image reference: E5815

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