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Teapot on Stand, Model 730 Teapot, Stand, And Burner, ca. 1890

This is a teapot, stand, and burner. It was designed by Benson and William Arthur Smith Benson and manufactured by W.A.S. Benson Ltd.. It is dated ca. 1890 and we acquired it in 1993. Its medium is silver-plated metal. It is a part of the Product Design and Decorative Arts department.

This object was donated by Daniel Morris. It is credited Gift of Daniel Morris and Denis Gallion.

Its dimensions are

H x W x D (a/d together): 26.8 × 22 × 18.2 cm (10 9/16 × 8 11/16 × 7 3/16 in.)

It has the following markings

Stamped on underside of kettle: [1] U [2] Within a shield, the letters W A S B, each letter separated from the next by a different type of metal working hammer Stamped on underside of one foot of stand: [1] O [2] Within a shield, the letters W A S B, each letter separated from the next by a different type of metal working hammer [3] P

Cite this object as

Teapot on Stand, Model 730 Teapot, Stand, And Burner, ca. 1890; Designed by Benson and William Arthur Smith Benson; England; silver-plated metal; H x W x D (a/d together): 26.8 × 22 × 18.2 cm (10 9/16 × 8 11/16 × 7 3/16 in.); Gift of Daniel Morris and Denis Gallion; 1993-134-25-a/c

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