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Teapoy

(England c. 1840)



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Dimensions
Width 46.00cm 18.11 inches
Height 81.00cm 31.89 inches
Depth 41.00cm 16.14 inches
Other Details
Price gbp 8750.00 (Pound Sterling)

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Description / Expertise

Attributed to Edward Holmes Baldock & Blake & Co. 19th century teapoy of the finest quality. With inlays of satinwood, harewood, ivory, tulipwood, purplehart, ebony and brass. The cartouches around the body represent military, love, music, and harvest. The coat of arms surmounted by a coronet and eagle above The motto; FIDE ET CONSTANTIA (Faith and Courage) Satinwood interior oval pair of harewood caddies, glass blending bowls. Four C-scroll supports a central lobed and lappet clasped column. Terminating on a flared concave inlaid base with scroll feet with recessed castors. Circa 1840.
An identical shield, crest and motto is also recorded in Dublin in 1816.

Literature:

Burke, Sir B, (1884) The General Armory, p.593, col. 2 / 27.
Burke, Sir B, (1883) Dormant, Abeyant, Forfeited and Extinct Peerages, p.31