George II Silver Tea Kettle

Date: 1742

Maker: Charles Hatfield

Country: England

Stock Number: 9182

A handsome antique sterling silver samovar of circular form having a folding raffia finish handle. Excellent quality deep chased decoration. The end of the curved spout is modelled in the form of a bird. The front has a large hand engraved cartouche containing a family armorial. The matching stand has an ornate cast and pierced frieze with face masks, and stands on large shell feet; the integral oil reservoir has a push on top with a crest. Contains 2100 ml. Weight 1950 grams, 62.7 troy ounces. Total height 35.5 cm (handle extended)/ kettle height 26 cm (handle extended), 19 cm (to top of kettle finial). London 1742. Maker Charles Hatfield. His work is comparatively rare and shows signs of Huguenot influence.

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