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A William III hexagonal silver-gilt teapot, Pierre Harache, London, 1695.

The teapot is cast and chased with panels of American Indians, some on horseback hunting, others with bows and arrows. It has a ribbed curved spout with a hinged flap and a fixed handle formed as tree trunks. The detachable cover is chased with panels of birds and flowers in the Chinese taste, 29cm high, 17.5cm in diameter.

REFERENCE: SIL04713

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