A beautiful quality antique Victorian Sterling
silver coffee pot of a flattened baluster or oval waisted form with repousse
floral scroll decoration and a large central vacant cartouche. The coffee pot
has a carved fruitwood handle and knop. It has a swan necked spout also with
floral repousse decoration.
This coffee pot is hallmarked on the body below the rim and
on the lid with the Leopard's head crowned for London, the lion passant for
Sterling standard silver, a lower case
"d" for 1899-1900, makers marks WG over GL for William Gibson and
John Lawrence Langman.
William Gibson and John Langman also traded as the
Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Co of 112 Regent street, London, this company
eventually amalgamated with Garrard and Co in 1952.
Condition: Excellent antique condition, a couple of very
minor marks commensurate with age and use, a tiny mark or nick to the tip of
the spout, only mentioned for complete accuracy. Please see the images.
It stands 9 1/2 inches high 9 inches long and 4 1/4 inches
wide. It weighs 682g unpacked. It has a capacity of 2 pints.
Free international postage with this item.