Teapot.; James Deakin & Sons; c1900; 015/004

From

Moruya and District Historical Society Museum

Name/Title

Teapot.

About this object

The Victorian-styled teapot belonged to Rev. and Mrs John Norrie McGee. Reportedly the teapot was given to the couple as a wedding present. Mrs McGee was born Elsie Rae Anderson (1881-1963), and was a daughter of Joseph Clarke Anderson of 'Lakeview', Bergalia. Rev. McGee was the Presbyterian minister in Moruya in the early 1930s. He died circa 1940 in the Blue Mountains

Maker

James Deakin & Sons

Maker Role

Manufacturer

Date Made

c1900

Place Made

Sheffield, United Kingdom.

Medium and Materials

Silverplate.

Style and Iconography

Hollowware

Inscription and Marks

Manufacturers mark.
J.D & S E/P (Table bell)
patent number 11256.

Measurements

Height: 52mm
Diameter: (base)- 53mm, by 45mm.
Diameter: (top)- 50mm by 38mm
Total length: 110mm (Handle to spout)

Subject and Association Keywords

Anderson family

Collection

Anderson Collection

Credit Line

Donated by Mrs Judith Davies, a niece of the Rev and Mrs McGee

Object Type

Tableware

Object number

015/004

Copyright Licence  

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