lots of lots

A Silver Teapot on Warmer Stand, Mappin & Webb,

Related Home & Décor

More Items in Home & Décor

View More
item-46036275=1
item-46036275=2
item-46036275=3
item-46036275=4
item-46036275=5
item-46036275=6
item-46036275=7
item-46036275=8
item-46036275=9
item-46036275=10
A Silver Teapot on Warmer Stand, Mappin & Webb,
Item Details
Description
Sterling silver, cast, embossed and chased; ebony, black handle (resin)
England, 1932
Teapot with rechaud; fitted with two pins for fixation
Mappin & Webb (since 1863) - Silversmiths in Sheffield
Both pieces with the maker's mark ‘M & W’, Sterling Standard and the date letter ‘P’ (= 1932); teapot marked ‘Mappin & Webb Ltd., Sheffield & London’ on the underside
The heater with the maker's mark of Nathan & Ridley Hayes and the date letter ‘N’
Height of the pot, including the handle: 24.5 cm; rechaud: 14 cm
Overall weight of all pieces: circa 1080 grams
Very good condition

Teapot with conical, partly gadrooned body with strongly recessed shoulders on oval foot. The domed hinged lid features and oval and gadrooned form with a turned ebony knob. The curved handle is fitted with a resin handle. The pot can be fixed by means of pins to the oval-shaped rechaud, which is partly open worked and stands on four paw feet.


Condition:

The teapot and warmer stand are in very good condition, showing only minor wear. The height of the pot, including the handle, is 24.5 cm, and the rechaud measures 14 cm in height. Overall weight of all pieces: circa 1080 grams.


Mappin & Webb (since 1863)

In 1810, Joseph Mappin founded an engraving company in Sheffield. After his death, the firm was taken over by one of his sons, also called Joseph, producing cutlers in Sheffield. From 1846, his son Frederick Thorpe Mappin managed the company. The company with the name ‘Joseph Mappin & Co.’ was joined by his brothers. In 1846, it was merged with William Samson & Sons and named ‘Mappin Brothers’. One of the brothers, John Newton Mappin, founded his own company in 1850 with the name ‘Mappin & Co.’, which in 1863 was renamed ‘Mappin & Webb’. In 1902, Mappin Brothers merged with Mappin & Webb. In 1963, the company was taken over by British Silverware Ltd. The silver manufactory of Mappin & Webb was closed in 1971. Today, Mappin & Webb is a subsidiary of Sears Holdings Ltd. (cko)


Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

Buyer's Premium
  • 29.75% up to €1,000,000.00
  • 23.8% up to €2,000,000.00
  • 17.85% above €2,000,000.00

A Silver Teapot on Warmer Stand, Mappin & Webb,

Estimate €800 - €1,040
Jul 07, 2016
See Sold Price
Starting Price €800
Get pre-approved to bid live.
Shipping, Payment & Auction Policies
See Policy for Shipping
Ships from Berlin, Germany
Auctionata Paddle 8 AG

Auctionata Paddle 8 AG

Berlin, Germany
465 Followers
logo
www.liveauctioneers.com
item

0035: A Silver Teapot on Warmer Stand, Mappin & Webb,

Lot Passed
0 Bids
Est. €800 - €1,040Starting Price €800
Dining Culture: silver, porcelain & glass
Jul 07, 2016 12:00 PM EDT
Buyer's Premium 29.75%

Lot 0035 Details

Description
...
Sterling silver, cast, embossed and chased; ebony, black handle (resin)
England, 1932
Teapot with rechaud; fitted with two pins for fixation
Mappin & Webb (since 1863) - Silversmiths in Sheffield
Both pieces with the maker's mark ‘M & W’, Sterling Standard and the date letter ‘P’ (= 1932); teapot marked ‘Mappin & Webb Ltd., Sheffield & London’ on the underside
The heater with the maker's mark of Nathan & Ridley Hayes and the date letter ‘N’
Height of the pot, including the handle: 24.5 cm; rechaud: 14 cm
Overall weight of all pieces: circa 1080 grams
Very good condition

Teapot with conical, partly gadrooned body with strongly recessed shoulders on oval foot. The domed hinged lid features and oval and gadrooned form with a turned ebony knob. The curved handle is fitted with a resin handle. The pot can be fixed by means of pins to the oval-shaped rechaud, which is partly open worked and stands on four paw feet.


Condition:

The teapot and warmer stand are in very good condition, showing only minor wear. The height of the pot, including the handle, is 24.5 cm, and the rechaud measures 14 cm in height. Overall weight of all pieces: circa 1080 grams.


Mappin & Webb (since 1863)

In 1810, Joseph Mappin founded an engraving company in Sheffield. After his death, the firm was taken over by one of his sons, also called Joseph, producing cutlers in Sheffield. From 1846, his son Frederick Thorpe Mappin managed the company. The company with the name ‘Joseph Mappin & Co.’ was joined by his brothers. In 1846, it was merged with William Samson & Sons and named ‘Mappin Brothers’. One of the brothers, John Newton Mappin, founded his own company in 1850 with the name ‘Mappin & Co.’, which in 1863 was renamed ‘Mappin & Webb’. In 1902, Mappin Brothers merged with Mappin & Webb. In 1963, the company was taken over by British Silverware Ltd. The silver manufactory of Mappin & Webb was closed in 1971. Today, Mappin & Webb is a subsidiary of Sears Holdings Ltd. (cko)


Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

Contacts

Auctionata Paddle 8 AG
+49 30 9832 0222
Franklinstrasse 13
Berlin, 10587
Germany
LiveAuctioneers Support
info@liveauctioneers.com
iphoneandroidPhone

Get notifications from your favorite auctioneers.

TOP