Transitional Copper Teapot Circa second half of the 1850, no later than 1880 !!! You won't find a Finer example with this type of Craftsmanship for a lower Price.
All Hammered by Hand to Form, with Dovetailed Joints, Brazed together, Riveted Spout, with a Snake Head Mouth opening. Kettle does Not Leak ! Later Nineteenth Century Transitional due to the Finely Cast comfortable rounded Rococo Copper Handle, versus the older school of Flat-Strap Handles. Lid has a normal Brass Finial which has been soldered from the inside.
Condition : Complete with Original Lid, and "Does Not Leak" ! Has the usual dings & dents for it's age, as can be seen in all the detailed photos.
Measures : Overall Height is 11 inches from base to top of Handle, Width is 10 inches from spout to opposite side of pot. Base diameter is 6 1/2 inches.
Weight : 2 Pounds and 13 Ounces.