- Small oval tray with coved edge and applied cast rim on four thread-bordered tab feet; flat well is bordered by a flat-chased band of eight anthemions or palmettes flanked by reverse scrolls connected by bud-like motifs. Underside struck with five marks: "J·E" in raised letters in a quatrefoil, facing opposite direction next to four hallmarks, a left-facing lion passant in clipped-corner shield, crowned leopard's head in round-bottom shield, raised roman letter "K" in clipped-corner shield and right-facing sovereign's head in profile in oval. Underside also incised with several sets of letters and numbers, including the script letters "RE" and weight. Stand for teapot, DL.380477.
- Maker is John Emes of London, England; active, 1796-1808.
- Currently not on view
- Object Name
- stand, teapot
- date made
- place made
- United Kingdom: England, London
- place owned; place used
- United States: Illinois, Albion
- Physical Description
- silver (overall material)
- overall: 7/8 in x 6 3/8 in x 4 5/8 in; 2.2225 cm x 16.1925 cm x 11.7475 cm
- ID Number
- catalog number
- accession number
- Credit Line
- Gift of Mrs. Margaret Edmiston Gamon
- Tea Drinking
- Data Source
- National Museum of American History
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