New York, East
13 March 2001
This Lot has no reserve
A WROUGHT-IRON, COPPER AND BRASS KETTLE ON STAND
Benham and Froud, possibly designed by Christopher Dresser, (b.1834-d.1904), 1870-1880
The wrought iron stand with scrolls on a tripartite base with scrolled burner holder, on scroll feet, holding a brass and copper kettle with brass fixed handle above a round copper body with straight bent spout on three brass straight legs, over a copper burner
26in. high (the stand); 9¾in. high (the kettle)
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A similar example sold Christie's South Kensington, 26 October 2000, lot 283
For other examples please see Christopher Dresser: Master of Design, an exhibition organized by Leah Roland and Marc Roland, May 4 through May 28, 1995, p.8.
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