A Georgian style silver coffee pot, Sheffield 1933, together with a silver muffin dish, Birmingham 1933 - weight approx 54 ozs (1,620 grams)
Lot 47Ω
A silver tapering coffee pot by James Dixon and Sons, Sheffield 1933,
Sold for £750 (US$ 1,260) inc. premium
Auction Details
The Chester Sale Chester
12 Jun 2012 11:00 BST

Auction 19891
A Georgian style silver coffee pot, Sheffield 1933, together with a silver muffin dish, Birmingham 1933 - weight approx 54 ozs (1,620 grams) A Georgian style silver coffee pot, Sheffield 1933, together with a silver muffin dish, Birmingham 1933 - weight approx 54 ozs (1,620 grams)
Lot Details
A silver tapering coffee pot
by James Dixon and Sons, Sheffield 1933,
of plain form with a leaf capped scroll spout, vase finial and fruit wood handle, height 13cm, weight 25oz, and a two handled three part muffin dish, by T. Wilkinson, Birmingham 1914, with wavy border, raised on four pad feet, diameter 19cm, weight 25oz, crested.

Footnotes

  • The muffin dish motto is "Fide et Fortitudine", "by Faith and Fortitude" for the Clan Farquharson.
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  1. Andrew Spicer
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