|DESCRIPTION||Superb George I style English solid sterling silver coffee pot and sugar bowl. These are highest quality and
faithful replicas of pieces made around 1723. The basic tapering cylindrical shape is reminiscent of the very first coffee pots made of tin from
the 17th century but here the design has been refined. The simple cone lid has evolved into an elegant dome with an acorn finial and the
straight spout and plain handle developed into sumptuous, sensual, curves and scrolls. Holds 25 fluid ounces or around 710ml.
Would match well with the cream jug m7404.
|SILVERSMITH||Bryan Savage. I have seen several of Bryan's pieces over the years and been lucky enough to own a few. They are always of the highest quality, impossible to improve upon.|
|DATE or HALLMARK||1979|
|WEIGHT in GRAMS||total pot 788, sugar 176, total 964|
|SIZE||pot height including finial 9 ¾", 250mm; sugar width 4 ¼", 107mm|
|SILVER STANDARD||.925 sterling silver|
|CONDITION||excellent, must have come from a tea drinking family as the coffee pot is perfect with superb hinge action and appears not to have ever been used.|
|item number: m7403|
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