Description and Details
We are pleased to offer this Georgian solid silver chased coffee pot made by silversmith J.wrangham & W.Moulson in London, 1836.
The exterior is embellished with ornate floral embossing and acanthus-styled scroll chasings and features a "morning glory" flower finial on the lid-top. The lid has a solid and smooth hinge attached to the body.
The swan-necked spout extends from the body of the pot and features a stippled design on the base of the spout.
Unmonogrammed cartouches are present on both sides of the pot, making it an ideal gift if one wishes to engrave a personalised name.
The handle equally matches the embellishments with further chasing and an acanthus leaf thumbpiece. The insulators are intact and original, however, there are some minor hairlines (as expected on pieces of this age).
The interior is clean with a very large volume capacity of approximately 1.5 litres.
The pot is fully hallmarked on the handle, base and lid with all matching parts. (Date, maker, silver lion, Georgian head, London assay).
An excellent piece of silverware with an exceptional aesthetic presence and practical size.
- Ornate chasing and floral embossed exterior.
- Large and heavy size/weight.
- Size (mm) Width: 160 (240 inc handle & spout) Height 255
- Size (inches) Width: 6.29in (9.44 inc handle & spout) Height: 10in
- Weight: 991 Grams (34.9 oz)
Excellent Condition - There are no dents, cracks or issues - no leaks are present. Please refer to the photographs to examine the condition in further detail.
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