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Teapot with lid and stand
Teapot with lid and stand, part of a tea service reputedly belonging to Vice-Admiral Horatio Nelson (1758-1805). The teapot is a globular shape, fluted and painted overall with sprigs of coloured flowers and leaves. Near the top and on the lid are three gold lines, interwoven with a continuous blue riband. The handle is moulded and there is a gilt moulded laurel wreath surrounding the base of the spout. The lid is circular with a pine cone knop. The hexagonal stand is painted to match. The maker's mark is painted on the base.
- Image reference: E5792
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, Nelson-Ward Collection