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Origin: America, Georgia or New York
OH: 10 1/8” OL: 12 3/8" OW: 5 3/4"
Silver, wood, ivory
Museum Purchase
Acc. No. 2014-16
Oval urn form body; milled band of floral and scrolls at shoulder, rim and foot; conforming domed hinged lid with applied shell and acanthus leaves ornamentation; cast floral basket finial; two-stepped foot; double C-curve hollow handle attached with silver pins to wooden spacers, with ivory rings; S-curve spout with split lip and applied acanthus leaves on top.
Label:Frederick Marquand worked both independently and in various partnerships in Savannah and New York City between 1820 and 1839.
Provenance:Per auctioneer, this teapot came from the Smith Estate in Missouri
Mark(s):Marked in relief on base inside of foot: "F.MARQUAND" in a rectangle