London, South Kensington
26 June 2007
A LARGE GEORGE III SILVER COFFEE POT,
MARK OF HESTER BATEMAN, LONDON, 1784,
Baluster on pedestal foot, urn finial to domed cover, bead borders & four beaded rat-tails to spout, one side engraved with a neo-classical armorial shield below a blackamoor crest in profile, fully marked to side, maker's mark & lion passant to rim of cover, 14½ in. high (37 cm.), 40 oz.
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