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KevinB




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Posted: 10/11/2008 
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Hello, I have a James Dixon & Sons Tea Pot that has been damaged in a house fire. I'm not intrested in monetry value, just the history of the item and the age of it. Can someone help identfy the year it was made?

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Posted: 10/11/2008 
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EPBM stands for ElectroPlated Britannia Metal so your teapot is silver plated rather than solid silver. The date could be any time from late 19th century up to about 1935.
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