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view 2006an6898 jpg s Hintz, Federick <u>Antiques Magazine</u>, February 1994; Gilbert and Murdoch, John Channon and English Brass... FWK Gift of Brigadier W. E. Clark CMG, DSO through The Art Fund 1738-12-31 1737-01-01 1737-1738 (made) Mahogany tripod table, inlaid with brass and mother-of-pearl, probably made by Federick Hintz,... Height: 111 cm in vertical position, Height: 71.8 cm in horizontal position, Diameter: 72.5 cm British Galleries, room 52b Taking tea became so fashionable during the 18th century that specialised items of furniture were... 25 The anthropomorphic tripod legs to this table are very unusual. The top is dished to protect... 2014-08-29T19:17:33.000Z 2014-08-29T19:17:33.000Z 51.506321 British Galleries, room 52b, case 2 -0.12714 Mahogany, brass (alloy), mother of pearl Mahogany, with inlaid brass and mother-of-pearl W.3-1965 w31965 O8278 Tripod tea table 1 A mahogany tripod table, inlaid with brass and mother-of-pearl. The top has scalloped edges, is... London 2006AN6898 Object Type The tea table was first introduced in the late 17th century. Elizabeth Maitland,... 3 VA tripod-tea-table-hintz-federick 2014-08-04T00:00:00.000Z inlay (process) 1738 1737 view
view 2006am8894 jpg s Gale, John MET Given by J. H. Fitzhenry 1754-12-31 1745-01-01 ca. 1750 (made) Width: 2.4 cm, Length: 12 cm British Galleries, room 52b Possibly made in London by John Gale (active from 1721) 5906 British Galleries: TEASPOONS<br> Spoon-making was a specialist branch of goldsmithing. The design... 2014-08-29T19:37:59.000Z 2014-08-29T19:37:59.000Z 51.506321 British Galleries, room 52b, case 2 -0.12714 Silver 1118-1902 11181902 O77373 Teaspoon 1 London 2006AM8894 Object Type Tea was imported into Britain from the early 17th century, but became fashionable... 3 VA teaspoon-gale-john 2014-08-14T00:00:00.000Z 1754 1745 view
view 2006am8893 jpg s Unknown MET Given by J. H. Fitzhenry 1730-12-31 1710-01-01 1710-1730 (made) Silver, (no marks), England, early 18th century. Width: 2.4 cm, Length: 12 cm British Galleries, room 52b 5914 British Galleries: TEASPOONS<br> Spoon-making was a specialist branch of goldsmithing. The design... 2014-08-29T19:38:01.000Z 2014-08-29T19:38:01.000Z 52.883289 British Galleries, room 52b, case 2 -1.97685 Engraved with the initials 'IV' on the handle No marks Silver Silver, forged and engraved 114-1903 1141903 O77375 Teaspoon 1 Tea spoon of silver, rat tail pattern, the handle engraved with the initials IV. Ridged handle,... England 2006AM8893 Object Type Tea was imported into Britain from the early 17th century, but became fashionable... 3 VA teaspoon-unknown 2014-08-14T00:00:00.000Z engraving (incising), forging 1730 1710 view
view 2006am7371 jpg s Unknown CER 1780-12-31 1760-01-01 1760-1780 (made) Cut glass teapot, England, 1750-1770 Height: 13.6 cm, Width: 21.5 cm approx., including spout British Galleries, room 52b Made in England 6500 Perhaps made as a novelty, and surely never intended for use. The form is parallelled in... 2014-08-29T19:39:55.000Z 2014-08-29T19:39:55.000Z 52.883289 British Galleries, room 52b, case 2 -1.97685 Clear glass, with cut decoration C.49&A-1929 c491929 O5035 Teapot 1 England 2006AM7371 Object Type English earthenware teapots of this shape date from the second quarter of the 18th... 3 VA teapot-unknown 2014-07-31T00:00:00.000Z 1780 1760 view
view 2006am6881 jpg s Hancock, Robert CER 1772-12-31 1763-01-01 ca. 1768 (made) Height: 15.87 cm, Diameter: 7.62 cm British Galleries, room 52b Transfer prints engraved by Robert Hancock (born about 1731, died in Brislington, South... 6511 British Galleries: This is a version of the tea party scene illustrated on the bowl and saucer.... 2014-08-29T19:39:57.000Z 2014-08-29T19:39:57.000Z 52.191065 British Galleries, room 52b, case 2 -2.222274 Soft-paste porcelain, transfer-printed in black enamel 1448&A-1853 14481853 O77411 Tea canister 1 Worcester 2006AM6881 Object Type Tea canisters, often called caddies today, were containers for storing tea leaves.... 3 VA tea-canister-hancock-robert 2014-07-31T00:00:00.000Z 1772 1763 view
view 2006am7138 jpg s Unknown CER 1749-12-31 1740-01-01 ca. 1745 (made) Height: 7.62 cm, Diameter: 9.84 cm British Galleries, room 52b Made in Staffordshire. Jermyn Street Collection. 7162 British Galleries: The decorative panels on this sugar basin and cup are probably allegorical.... 2014-08-29T19:42:07.000Z 2014-08-29T19:42:07.000Z 52.824749 British Galleries, room 52b, case 2 -2.02806 Salt-glazed stoneware, moulded 2202-1901 22021901 O77478 Sugar basin 1 Staffordshire 2006AM7138 Object Type Since the Chinese did not use sugar in their tea, English potters were obliged to... 3 VA sugar-basin-unknown 2014-07-31T00:00:00.000Z 1749 1740 view
view 2006am7290 jpg s Unknown CER 1754-12-31 1745-01-01 ca. 1750 (made) Height: 3.81 cm, Diameter: 7.3 cm British Galleries, room 52b Made in Staffordshire. Jermyn Street Collection. 7181 British Galleries: The cast decoration on this bowl shows a scene similar to that on the sugar... 2014-08-29T19:42:11.000Z 2014-08-29T19:42:11.000Z 52.824749 British Galleries, room 52b, case 2 -2.02806 Salt-glazed stoneware, moulded and decorated in underglaze blue 2216-1901 22161901 O77480 Tea bowl 1 Staffordshire 2006AM7290 Object Type This standard type of bowl for drinking tea, with a small bowl, neat foot and... 3 VA tea-bowl-unknown 2014-07-31T00:00:00.000Z 1754 1745 view
view 2006am7822 jpg s Chelsea Porcelain factory CER Transferred from the Museum of Practical Geology, Jermyn Street 1751-12-31 1742-01-01 ca. 1747-1749 (made) Height: 9.84 cm, Width: 15.24 cm including spout British Galleries, room 52b Made at the Chelsea porcelain factory, London 7555 British Galleries: The detailed flowers and insects painted on to this teapot would have been... 2014-08-29T19:43:28.000Z 2014-08-29T19:43:28.000Z 51.506321 British Galleries, room 52b, case 2 -0.12714 Soft-paste porcelain, painted in enamel colours 2877&A-1901 28771901 O77525 Teapot 1 London 2006AM7822 Object Type The teapot is small, a reflection of the high cost of tea in mid-18th-century... 3 VA teapot-chelsea-porcelain-factory 2014-07-31T00:00:00.000Z 1751 1742 view
view 2006an1891 jpg s Chelsea Porcelain factory Adams, Elizabeth. <u>Chelsea Porcelain</u>, The British Museum Press, 2001, 2nd. edition. The... CER Bequeathed by Miss Emily S. Thomson 1769-12-31 1759-01-01 1759-1769 (made) Teapot, porcelain, Chelsea Porcelain factory, London, 1759-1769 Height: 13.6 cm, Width: 18.94 cm including spout, Diameter: 10.8 cm body British Galleries, room 52b From tea set - museum nos. 517 to 523-1902 Elizabeth Adams (see below) discusses this service:... 8244 British Galleries: This English porcelain tea service is typical of those used in wealthier... 2014-08-29T19:45:50.000Z 2014-08-29T19:45:50.000Z 51.490139 British Galleries, room 52b, case 2 -0.16248 Soft-paste porcelain, painted in enamel colours and gilt 517&A-1902 5171902 O77646 Teapot 1 Chelsea 2006AN1891 Object Type This teapot is relatively small, reflecting the high cost of tea in mid-18th-century... 3 VA teapot-chelsea-porcelain-factory 2014-07-31T00:00:00.000Z 1769 1759 view
view 2006an1890 jpg s Chelsea Porcelain factory CER Bequeathed by Miss Emily S. Thomson 1769-12-31 1759-01-01 1759-1769 (made) Sugar basin, porcelain, Chelsea Porcelain factory, London, 1759-1769 Height: 13.6 cm approx., Width: 11.11 cm British Galleries, room 52b From tea set - museum nos. 517 to 523-1902 8246 British Galleries: TEA SERVICE, from a tea and coffee service<br> 1759-1769<br> This English... 2014-08-29T19:45:51.000Z 2014-08-29T19:45:51.000Z 51.490139 British Galleries, room 52b, case 2 -0.16248 Soft-paste porcelain, painted in enamel colours and gilt 518&A-1902 5181902 O77647 Sugar basin 1 Chelsea 2006AN1890 Object Type The bowl is from a tea and coffee service for six people. It would probably have... 3 VA sugar-basin-chelsea-porcelain-factory 2014-07-31T00:00:00.000Z 1769 1759 view
view 2006an1889 jpg s Chelsea Porcelain factory CER Bequeathed by Miss Emily S. Thomson 1769-12-31 1759-01-01 1759-1769 (made) Milk jug, porcelain, Chelsea Porcelain factory, London, 1759-1769 Height: 7.62 cm, Width: 6.66 cm British Galleries, room 52b From tea set - museum nos. 517 to 523-1902 8268 British Galleries: TEA SERVICE, from a tea and coffee service<br> 1759-1769<br> This English... 2014-08-29T19:45:55.000Z 2014-08-29T19:45:55.000Z 51.490139 British Galleries, room 52b, case 2 -0.16248 Soft-paste porcelain, painted in enamel colours and gilt 519-1902 5191902 O77649 Milk jug 1 Chelsea 2006AN1889 Object Type The jug is from a tea and coffee service for six people. Black teas were more popular... 3 VA milk-jug-chelsea-porcelain-factory 2014-07-31T00:00:00.000Z 1769 1759 view
view 2006an1887 jpg s Chelsea Porcelain factory CER Bequeathed by Miss Emily S. Thomson 1769-12-31 1759-01-01 1759-1769 (made) Slop basin, porcelain, Chelsea Porcelain factory, London, 1759-1769 Height: 10.16 cm, Width: 17.78 cm British Galleries, room 52b From tea set - museum nos. 517 to 523-1902 8270 British Galleries: TEA SERVICE, from a tea and coffee service<br> 1759-1769<br> This English... 2014-08-29T19:45:56.000Z 2014-08-29T19:45:56.000Z 51.490139 British Galleries, room 52b, case 2 -0.16248 Soft-paste porcelain, painted in enamel colours and gilt 520-1902 5201902 O77650 Slop basin 1 Chelsea 2006AN1887 Object Type The basin is from a tea and coffee service for six people. It would have been used by... 3 VA slop-basin-chelsea-porcelain-factory 2014-07-31T00:00:00.000Z 1769 1759 view
view 2006al5507 jpg s Chelsea Porcelain factory CER Bequeathed by Miss Emily S. Thomson 1769-12-31 1759-01-01 1759-1769 (made) Teapot stand, porcelain, Chelsea Porcelain factory, Lodon, 1759-1769 Height: 3.49 cm, Diameter: 18.41 cm British Galleries, room 52b From tea set - museum nos. 517 to 523-1902 8302 British Galleries: TEA SERVICE, from a tea and coffee service<br> 1759 - 1769<br> This English... 2014-08-29T19:46:02.000Z 2014-08-29T19:46:02.000Z 51.490139 British Galleries, room 52b, case 2 -0.16248 Soft-paste porcelain, painted in enamel colours and gilt 521-1902 5211902 O77651 Teapot stand 1 Chelsea 2006AL5507 Object Type This teapot stand is from a tea and coffee service for six people. It was used to... 3 VA teapot-stand-chelsea-porcelain-factory 2014-07-31T00:00:00.000Z 1769 1759 view
view 2006am5978 jpg s Swirled Flowers Painter CER 1760-12-31 1755-01-01 1755-1760 (made) Tea canister Height: 14 cm, Width: 6.7 cm British Galleries, room 52b 8344 British Galleries: This canister was intended for green tea. Its white colour was meant to... 2014-08-29T19:46:11.000Z 2014-08-29T19:46:11.000Z 52.50523 British Galleries, room 52b, case 2 -1.81541 Green Opaque white glass, painted in enamel colours; the lid of enamelled copper, mounted in gilt metal 5288&A-1901 52881901 O77657 Tea canister 1 West Midlands 2006AM5978 Object Type This canister almost certainly came from a set, normally consisting of a canister for... 3 VA tea-canister-swirled-flowers-painter 2014-07-31T00:00:00.000Z 1760 1755 view
view 2006am2913 jpg s Grundy, William MET Bequeathed by the Rev. J. E. Stacye 1754-12-31 1753-01-01 1753-1754 (made) Height: 34.9 cm, Width: 22.6 cm including spout, Diameter: 17.5 cm body British Galleries, room 52b Made in London by William Grundy (probably born in London, working from 1739, died about 1780) 8762 British Galleries: Servants used a tea kettle to bring the boiling water required for making tea... 2014-08-29T19:47:43.000Z 2014-08-29T19:47:43.000Z 51.506321 British Galleries, room 52b, case 2 -0.12714 Engraved with the arms and crest of the Stacye family Silver, chased, embossed and engraved 918 to A/2-1905 9181905 O77766 Kettle on stand with burner 1 Burner, Kettle and Stand London 2006AM2913 Object Type Tea began to be imported into Britain in the 17th century as a mild stimulant or... 3 VA kettle-on-stand-grundy-william 2014-08-14T00:00:00.000Z 1754 1753 view
view 2006am6891 jpg s Worcester porcelain factory CER Given by E. F. Broderip, Esq. 1757-12-31 1748-01-01 ca. 1753 (made) Cream jug of soft-paste porcelain painted with enamels, Worcester porcelain factory, Worcester,... Height: 8.25 cm, Width: 9.57 cm approx., including spout and handle, Diameter: 5.4 cm British Galleries, room 52b 8833 British Galleries: The finely painted decoration on this jug in imitation of Chinese porcelain... 2014-08-29T19:48:09.000Z 2014-08-29T19:48:09.000Z 52.191065 British Galleries, room 52b, case 2 -2.222274 A fictitious Chinese character soft-paste porcelain Soft-paste porcelain painted with enamels C.1294-1924 c12941924 O77845 Cream jug 1 Cream jug of soft-paste porcelain painted with enamels. With a fluted and scalloped edge and... Worcester 2006AM6891 Object Type Black teas were more popular in Britain than green teas by the date that this jug was... 3 VA cream-jug-worcester-porcelain-factory 2014-07-31T00:00:00.000Z Painted 1757 1748 view
view 2006am3412 jpg s Unknown CER Given by Dr J. C. Padwick 1754-12-31 1745-01-01 ca. 1750 (made) Height: 14 cm, Width: 16.5 cm British Galleries, room 52b Made in Staffordshire 8862 British Galleries: This teapot resembles the large houses owned by master potters in... 2014-08-29T19:48:17.000Z 2014-08-29T19:48:17.000Z 52.824749 British Galleries, room 52b, case 2 -2.02806 Salt-glazed stoneware, slip-cast C.199&A-1926 c1991926 O77875 Teapot 1 Staffordshire 2006AM3412 Object Type Most English earthenware teapots of the first half of the 18th century were very... 3 VA teapot-unknown 2014-07-31T00:00:00.000Z 1754 1745 view
view 2006at4845 jpg s Greatbatch, William CER Bequeathed by Mr Arthur Hurst 1765-12-31 1760-01-01 1760-1765 (made) ECUELLE AND COVER (LACKING STAND) Height: 13.4 cm, Width: 19.14 cm approx., including spout, Depth: 12.4 cm British Galleries, room 52b Design attributed to William Greatbatch (born in 1735, died in 1813) 8864 British Galleries: This tea-drinking scene shows a woman handing a cup of tea to a seated man in... 2014-08-29T19:48:18.000Z 2014-08-29T19:48:18.000Z 54.313919 British Galleries, room 52b, case 2 -2.23218 Earthenware, moulded in relief, with lead glaze stained green, yellow and brown C.20&A-1940 c201940 O77877 Teapot 1 Of brown and black agate ware; circular bowl with creamware rusticated branch handles, and low,... Great Britain 2006AT4845 Acquired as Apt, c. 1770. For a similar bowl and cover with stand (but with different handles)... Object Type A typical 1760s teapot, this moulded example follows the simple globular form of... 3 VA teapot-greatbatch-william 2014-07-31T00:00:00.000Z 1765 1760 view
view 2006am3446 jpg s Unknown CER Bequeathed by Mr Wallace Elliot 1764-12-31 1755-01-01 ca. 1760 (made) Teapot, salt-glazed stoneware, painted in enamel colours, made in Staffordshire, ca. 1760 Height: 11.4 cm, Diameter: 11.4 cm British Galleries, room 52b Hanley, Butters & Sons, 25/10/1927. From the Micah Salt Collection. 8897 British Galleries: This teapot is typical of the cheaper stoneware products made in Staffordshire... 2014-08-29T19:48:27.000Z 2014-08-29T19:48:27.000Z 52.824749 British Galleries, room 52b, case 2 -2.02806 enamel, stoneware, salt glaze Salt-glazed stoneware, painted in enamel colours C.32&A-1938 c321938 O77910 Teapot 1 Stoneware teapot with cover, globular with crabstock handle, spout and loop handle to lid.... Staffordshire 2006AM3446 Object Type Staffordshire salt-glazed stoneware teapots of the mid-18th century were invariably... 3 VA teapot-unknown 2014-07-31T00:00:00.000Z Painted, glazed 1764 1755 view
view 2006am6475 jpg s Unknown EAS 1760-12-31 1720-01-01 1720-1760 (made) Height: 11.43 cm, Width: 18.22 cm approx., including spout British Galleries, room 52b Manufactured at Yixing in Jiangsu Province, China 8902 British Galleries: This is an example of the first teapots to be imported to Europe by the Dutch... 2014-08-29T19:48:28.000Z 2014-08-29T19:48:28.000Z 31.36261 British Galleries, room 52b, case 2 119.816643 Unglazed coloured stoneware, with applied decoration C.34&A-1947 c341947 O77915 Teapot 1 CHINESE TEAPOT Yixing 2006AM6475 This teapot is both a functional and decorative object. The clever use of dark and light clay... 3 VA teapot-unknown 2014-07-31T00:00:00.000Z 1760 1720 view