10 June 2008
A GEORGE II IRISH SILVER COFFEE-POT
DUBLIN, 1728, MAKER'S MARK APPARENTLY LACKING
Tapering cylindrical on reeded base, with a plain tapering spout and carved wood handle, the flat hinged cover with a baluster finial, later engraved with a coat-of-arms within elaborate mantling, engraved underneath with initials, marked near rim and inside cover, the base further engraved with a scratchweight '28"15'
9½ in. (24 cm.) high
gross weight 30 oz. (938 gr.)
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