Seven Pewter Table Items, America and England, early 19th century, two teapots each with domed hinged lid on bulbous body with scroll handle, one with black-painted handle with "Warranted" eagle maker's mark for Thomas Danforth Boardman (Hartford, Connecticut), the other with "Warranted" eagle maker's mark for Luther Boardman (South Reading, Massachusetts, and Chester, Connecticut), (dents, wear), ht. 7; two saucers reportedly made by Samuel Green, Boston; a sparking lamp with whale oil burner by the Taunton Britannia Manufacturing Co., a "quarter gill" measure, and a small barrel-form tumbler marked "COMPTON," (dents), ht. 2 1/8 to 2 3/8, dia. 1 7/8 to 4 5/8 in.
Both with dents around swollen mid-section, TDB with solder repair on base edge.
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