12 June 2007
A GEORGE II SILVER COFFEE-POT
MARK OF SIMON PANTIN, LONDON, 1730
Tapering cylindrical and on a spreading base, with a composition handle, the facetted spout engraved with latticework on alternating facets, the hinged cover similarly engraved with a baluster finial, engraved with a coat-of-arms, marked under base and inside cover
9¼ in. (23.5 cm.) high
gross weight 37 oz. (1,145 gr.)
The arms are those of Lambert impaled by another.
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