Tea Kettle
Copper
Marked “Richardson” “Winchester”
for John Richardson
Circa 1815
6 3/4″ tall

John Richardson was an active copper and tin smith in Winchester during the 1809-1826 period and was partners for a time with William Davison.  They produced Kettles, stills and a wide range of other forms according to their advertisements.  MESDA records three Richardson marked teapots that are quite similar to this example.  S-15478, S-14353 and NN-1084.

$5900.

 

 

 

 

 

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