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Newlyn Copper Teapot
Patinated copper teapot from Newlyn of a square section, tapering as it rises towards the top.
On each side is a cormorant standing on a rock with its wings outspread and holding a fish in its beak, the sea in the background. A stylised seaweed design decorates the front and the lid.
The rounded flat handle, which would have been raffia covered originally, is riveted to the back.
Marked Newlyn on one side at bottom left and in good order with the hinged lid nice and firm with no looseness.
Approximately 13 cm in height.