Quality Silver - Sensible Prices. We are offering for sale.A most unusual and very quirky Georgian silver coffee pot. One side looks like the classic appearance of a Georgian, baluster form coffee pot complete with original engraved crest. Interestingly, the other side has had a domestic scene expertly chased to the centre and features five seated people around a table with the central person pouring cream from a jug in to one of five cups - presumably in preparation for the coffee from this pot! Made by the premier hollowware specialist maker, James & William Priest, this coffee pot has a good solid weight and just oozes high quality. The pot is fitted with its original pearwood handle, a superb cast swan-neck spout and has a gadroon mount around the top rim that was particularly popular at the time of manufacture. It is in excellent condition throughout with a lovely patina. Please view our specialist site for a further large selection of fine quality Victorian, Georgian and earlier silver.
Cm (11.2) high; 1000ml (1.75 pints) volume; 780. Full set of English hallmarks (guaranteeing Sterling 925 standard silver) for London 1771 by. Please do not hesitate to contact me with any further questions. We have been dealing in antique silver for 25 years and supply some of the UK's leading retail outlets with top quality stock. We enjoy a strong reputation for honesty and integrity and never sell second rate items.As leading specialists in the field of fine antique silver, we have two sites. Explains the impact of the recent high metal prices on antique sterling silver and explains how to best take advantage of the situation. The item "Very rare 2-faced GEORGIAN SILVER COFFEE POT, London 1771 Priest 780g STERLING" is in sale since Wednesday, October 16, 2019. This item is in the category "Antiques\Silver\Solid Silver\Teapots & Sets". The seller is "sunbeau" and is located in Royal Forest of Dean.
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