Teapot

James Dixon and Sons, Manufacturer


See full details

Details


Maker and Role
James Dixon and Sons, Manufacturer
Description
Silver metal teapot, flattish with large handle and short spout. Smooth surface. The handle is ribbed on 2 ends. There is a hinged lid on top but the hinge pin has come off leaving the lid loose. The base is flat with 4 projections emerging from the sides serving as a stand.
Media/Materials
Processed Material/Metal
Signature/Marks and Type
James Dixon & Sons Sheffield E.P.B.M. E782 4 Made in England for W.J. Rainger Auckland Inscribed
Accession No
1982.1407
Credit Line
James Dixon and Sons. Teapot, 1982.1407. The Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT).
Disclaimer

The development of MOTAT's online platform is a continual process. Records are updated regularly, with new information and images. There may be mistakes or omissions in the information provided and we welcome input from the public.

 Do you know something about this object? Contact us or comment below.


Be the first to comment.