London, South Kensington
25 April 2006
A WILLIAM IV SCOTTISH SILVER COFFEE POT,
MARK OF LEONARD URQUHART, EDINBURGH, 1832
Of George III style, embossed with trailing foliage and vine leaves above spiral fluting, scalloped spout and leaf-capped silver handle, domed cover with gadroon rim and ovoid finial rising from a calyx of acanthus leaves, one side engraved with the crest & motto of Hay, height 13 in. (33 cm.), 37 oz.
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