578 Main Street (Rte 7) in Great Barrington, Massachusetts 413-528-1482 Email: paadams@bcn.net

Late Federal Period Silver Tea Pot

America 1830s

A handsome tea pot by Thomas J. Megear (b. 1809) who worked in Wilmington 1831-32 and Philadelphia 1833-1857. It is quite heavy for its size, 42.2 troy oz.. It has an engraved “G” in script on one side.

Price

SOLD

Condition

Excellent condition for its age. There are only a few very small dings and scratches. The maker's mark is partially unreadable.

Measurements

Height: 10.5"
Width/Length: 9.5"
Depth: 6.75"

Next Piece

Pair 17th Century Style Sterling Candlesticks

This pair of Sterling sticks were manufactured by Tuttle Silversmiths of Boston, a company associated with copies of antique silver designs. This pair indicates it is in the Gov. Winslow pattern named for Governor Edward Wislow of the Early Plymouth Colony in Massachusetts founded by the Mayflower Pilgrims. While these do have weighted bases the […]