This exceptional antique Victorian sterling silver coffee pot has a baluster shaped form onto a circular spreading foot.
The surface of this fine antique coffee pot is embellished with bands of chased decorated circular diaper work, incorporating a circular vacant cartouche to one side.
The body is further ornamented with two bands of applied bead decoration.
This fine and unusual coffee pot is fitted with a hinged hallmarked cover embellished with chased decorated circular motifs identical to that of the body.
The cover retains the original sterling silver urn shaped hallmarked finial encircled with a band of bead decoration; the finial secures to the interior of the cover with the original screw fitment.
This Victorian silver coffee pot is fitted with a plain rounded handle incorporating a plain thumbpiece.
This fine example of antique teaware has a swan necked spout embellished with further chased decoration to the lower portion.
The circular foot is encompassed with an applied bead decoration to the rim.
This piece was made by the renowned London silversmiths John Hunt & Robert Roskell and bears the retailer's mark 'Hunt & Roskell, Late Storr & Mortimer' to the underside.
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