tea pot 1821 James Henry Daniel london

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tea pot 1821 James Henry Daniel london

Postby gardoni » Wed Nov 19, 2008 11:29 am

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Hi I'm always my self, beacuse we are so kind with me I want use your availability and experience
what do you think about this tea pot? is it good for you? is it silver?the handle and the cap are with several punches( head of elisabeth and lion) but the tea pot seem of 1821 made by James Henry Daniel.
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Postby Granmaa » Wed Nov 19, 2008 11:56 am

It is silver, and the design is very peculiar to the period when it was marked (1820s-30s).
The head is not that of Queen Elizabeth, but rather King George III; I'm sure neither monarch would be flattered by the mistake!

Miles
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Postby dognose » Wed Nov 19, 2008 12:16 pm

Hi Sebastiano,

Agree, the maker's mark is for James Henry Daniel (Grimwade 982), but it looks like it is overstriking another.

Regards Trev.
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Postby gardoni » Wed Nov 19, 2008 6:20 pm

thank you so much for the answer, you are very kind
regards Sebastiano
P.S i do not speek english very well so i wrong. i wanted to say that the handle and the cap (shape of fruit) have a not equal mark compared to tea pot. handle and cap have a head of elisabeth and lion and the markermarks Edward, John & William Barnard.
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Postby salmoned » Wed Nov 19, 2008 6:36 pm

Apparently Gardoni is asking if this item is safe to use, in view of the repairs having been made to it. I would presume the repairs, since new marks were applied, would have been such as to allow continued safe use of the item. Just my opinion, of course.
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Postby Granmaa » Wed Nov 19, 2008 6:52 pm

I can't view the final picture, but if the mark is that of the Barnards, then the handle and finial have been replaced later, following damage no doubt.
The head is most likely Queen Victoria's.

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Postby byron mac donald » Thu Nov 20, 2008 3:21 am

Hi Sebastiano-

I would be willing to bet your English is better than most of everyone else heres Italian. You have some very interesting and fun pieces, thank you for sharing them.

Best Wishes-

Byron
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