Antique Silver Plated Teapot from The Willard Hotel in Washington DCAntique Silver Plated Teapot from The Willard Hotel in Washington DCAntique Silver Plated Teapot from The Willard Hotel in Washington DCAntique Silver Plated Teapot from The Willard Hotel in Washington DCAntique Silver Plated Teapot from The Willard Hotel in Washington DCAntique Silver Plated Teapot from The Willard Hotel in Washington DC

An antique circa 1904 heavy silver plated tea pot from The New Willard hotel in Washington DC! The New Willard, designed by New York architect Henry Janeway Hardenbergh and erected by the George A. Fuller Company, opened in 1904 and was hailed at its opening as Washington's first skyscraper. Over time it just became "The Willard" and is now the Willard InterContenintal.

In excellent condition, small scratches and surface marks, but no damage or large dents. The pot still has it’s original “NW” monogram on the front. Marked on the base with Reed & Barton marks and “New Willard”

Measures 5.25" tall

ITEM ID
Rl772
ITEM TYPE
Antique

Antique Silver Plated Teapot from The Willard Hotel in Washington DC

$148


    Fine kitchen & tabletop antiques
    Batterby House is a Bed and Breakfast and Retail Store in Hudson, NY - we specialize in cooking & entertaining antiques

    since 2019

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    Courtney and Joe Vernon
    Hudson , NY Silver Silversince 2019