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Imperial: Russian Silver Teapot of English Interest, maker's mark TP, St. Petersburg, Circa 1810

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Imperial: Russian Silver Teapot of English Interest, maker's mark TP, St. Petersburg, Circa 1810

Imperial: Russian Silver Teapot of English Interest, maker's mark TP, St. Petersburg, Circa 1810

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Property from a Canadian Private Collection


Imperial: Russian Silver Teapot of English Interest, maker's mark TP, St. Petersburg, Circa 1810

plain spherical with high collar and swan-neck spout, the cover chased with acanthus, one side engraved with presentation inscription, the other crested, gilt interior

marked on base, Assay-master Aleksandr Ilyich Yashinkov, date unclear 181?


19 oz 15 dwt gross

616 g

length over handle 9 1/2 in.

24 cm

The wood handle with a neat repair at upper terminal. In otherwise good condition with only light surface scratches and nicks.


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Gerald Hamilton, Port Hope, Ontario, circa 2000
The inscription reads "Presented in token of regard for a faithful and attached Servant, by her Imperial Majesty Elizabeth, Empress of Russia to Mrs. Elizabeth Robinson, and by her bequeathed to the Rev. Charles Whitworth Pitt 1832".

Elizabeth Alexeievna, Tsarina of Russia (1779-1826) was born Princess Louise of Baden, and married in 1793 the future Tsar Alexander.