Antique Silver Teapot London 1851 Robert Pringle
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A wonderful sterling silver antique teapot with hallmarks for London 1851 and the makers mark of Robert Pringle.It is beautifully made and there is no mistaking its unique quality and design, which is sure to make it a treasured piece by any discerning collector.
It has been beautifully engraved with wonderful floral decoration and is a stunning piece.
This teapot is sure to make an outstanding contribution to your collection.
In excellent condition
Robert Pringle - the business was founded in London by Robert Pringle (I) in 1835.The activity was continued by his son, Robert Pringle (II). In c.1882 the firm was changed to Robert Pringle & Co.
In 1890 the firm was active with premises known as Wilderness Works in all the branches of the trade, as gold, silver and gem, jewellery making, gilding, plating, refining, assaying, electroplate manufactory and silver-plate making.
The proprietor Robert Pringle (II) was assisted by his sons, James & Robert Pringle (III) (bullion e refinery department), William Pringle (silversmith department) and Edwin Pringle (watch department).
In 1899 Robert Pringle (II) took in partnership his eldest son Robert Pringle (III) and the firm changed to Robert Pringle & Sons.
In 1907 Robert Pringle (II) died, and Robert Pringle (III) was joined in partnership by his brothers William, James and Edwin.
In 1931 the firm was converted into a limited liability company under the style of Robert Pringle & Sons (London) Ltd.
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