London, South Kensington
21 March 2006
PROPERTY FROM THE ESTATE OF A NOBLEMAN
A GEORGE I SILVER COFFEE POT,
MARK OF JONATHAN NEWTON, LONDON, 1714,
Tapering sides with faceted spout set at right-angle to handle, domed cover with bell-shaped finial and moulded girdle, baroque armorial to front, 10¼ in. high (26 cm.), 25 oz.
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