A George III silver coffee pot, maker's mark I*B, possibly James Baker or John Broughton, see Grimwade entry 3617, London 1766,
Lot 231
A George III silver coffee pot, maker's mark I*B, possibly James Baker or John Broughton, see Grimwade entry 3617, London 1766,
AU$ 800 - 1,200
US$ 750 - 1,100
amended
Lot Details
A George III silver coffee pot,
maker's mark I*B, possibly James Baker or John Broughton, see Grimwade entry 3617, London 1766,
the domed cover with acorn knop and gadrooned border, the plain baluster body with cast acanthus and beaded spout and sockets with ebonised handle, raised on a gadrooned base, height 28cm, weight 31.5oz, weight 865gms.

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  • weight 27oz,268gms
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