2 June 2009,
Price realised GBP 4,000
GBP 3,000 - GBP 5,000
A QUEEN ANNE SILVER COFFEE-POT
MARK OF PHILLIP ROLLOS, LONDON, 1707
Tapering cylindrical with facetted spout, the domed hinged cover with baluster finial, engraved with a coat-of-arms, marked underneath and on cover bezel, the base further engraved with a scratchweight '*25-3*'
10¼ in. (26 cm.) high
gross weight 24 oz. (753 gr.)
The arms are those of Cockayne or Cockburn impaling Holme, Lloyd or Roe.
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