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Category: Antiques
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I have an antique tea pot-It hangs from a cast iron holder,

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I have an antique tea pot-It hangs from a cast iron holder, tea pot is medal, it has a container under the tea pot (looks like a Sterno holder)
Submitted: 2 years ago.
Category: Antiques
Expert:  Rarewares replied 2 years ago.
This is an circa 1880-1900 cast and wrought iron tea pot warmer and copper tea pot. A candle or a modern sterno canister keeps the water warm for making tea. Companies like Bradley and Hubbard and Guildcraft made these along with many other companies. If it is not a signed/makers stamped piece, it is worth $75.00, if it has the B & H triangle logo on it somewhere or B & H and a number, it is worth $200-$250.00.