Antique Art Deco Silver Plated Teapot (James Dixon & Sons c1930)
A fine quality antique English Art Deco silver plated teapot. Rectangular shaped body with chamfered corners & raised on four corner feet. Polished brown Bakelite harp shaped handle on one end & a swan neck pouring spout on the other end. Rectangular shaped hinged lid with polished brown Bakelite finial handle on the top. Nice overall geometric shape teapot which is typical of the Art Deco period from when this teapot was made. Marked on the underside with the makers mark. Lovely fully usable collectors item.
James Dixon & Sons
Business established in 1806 in Silver Street, Sheffield by James Dixon in partnership with a Mr. Smith. The firm became James Dixon & Son (1823), James Dixon & Sons (1835c.) and James Dixon & Sons Ltd in 1920. London showrooms were opened in London (1873), Sydney and Melbourne (1912). The figural trade mark 'trumpet and banner' (bugle) was registered in 1881.
L x W x H
285mm x 120mm x 140mm
Excellent condition with light surface marks that are consistent with genuine age, use & polishing. There are no dings or dents & there is no loss of silver plate. There is just one tiny little chip on the underside of the Bakelite finial on the top which can be seen in the photograph above.
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