London, South Kensington
4 July 2000
A George III coffee pot,
of baluster form on a spreading circular base with bead border, the body fluted and with central plain band and oval cartouches one engraved with a crest, the domed cover with urn-shaped finial, with wood side handle, by Makepeace & Carter, 1777 - 31cm high, 23oz gross.
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