Exceptional Reed & Barton Silver tipping teapot with burner and stand.
The teapot is 24,5 cm high by 21 cm large. 34 cm high with stand.
Reed and Barton was a prominent American silversmith manufacturer based in the city of Taunton, Massachusetts. Its products include sterling silver and silverplate flatware. The company produced many varieties of britannia and silver products since Henry G. Reed and Charles E. Barton took over the failing works of Isaak Babbitt in Taunton. During the American civil war, Reed & Barton produced a considerable quantity of weapons for Union Army soldiers and officers.