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Monday, May 04, 2009


Antique auctioneer Dunbar Sloane believes this 1835 Paul Storr teapot found in New Plymouth will fetch $3000 at auction.
MARK DWYER/Taranaki Daily News

2 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hello,
maybe you'd be interested in this :
www.teapot.carbonmade.com

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6:36 pm  
Blogger Gazza said...

I have a Georgian Teapot with sugar bowl and milk container made of silver with a date of 1736. It doesn't seem to be in exelent condition, but it looks good. I don't know where it was made but on the set of 5 stamps there is what looks like a Badger or Otter or some such animal ?? There is what I think is a makers mark which reads EAF but the E is backwards and makes up the left part of the A, and the F makes up the right side of the A. If you, or anyone know any info about this then please e-mail me at garysmith538@btinternet.com and I will e-mail some photo's. Thanks

10:39 am  

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