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Our Reference #: 52572

A finest quality later Old Sheffield Plate coffee pot c. 1840 with fantastic chased decoration to the body. Tinned interior. It comes paired with a Creswick marked burner stand which is an interesting and rare transitional piece being part Old Sheffield (the body) and part EPNS (the legs).

Condition: Pot looks absolutely stunning, the handle has a repaired crack at the thumb rest but it isn't that obvious or unsightly and was well done. It is perfectly solid. Minor copper bleed. Minor footrim dent. To one side at the top below the lid area there is a feint impression from a very old perforated type sticker that must have been on the pot for a few years, its not that obvious. The burner stand is fine and gleaming. Pot not perfect fit in the recess of the stand (i.e. it can move about a little) but it works well enough and looks great on it.

Identifying Marks: See photos - Creswick mark to the underside of burner only. Coffee pot is just marked '4G'.

Size: 23cm (9.2 inch) Spout to handle

Unpacked Weight: 1220g/43oz avoirdupois

United Kingdom: Standard tracked shipping (c. 3 days) is just GBP2.99 per order. Next working day shipping is GBP6.99 but please order before 11am.
International: Shipping is calculated at checkout depending on country. Shipping is via Royal Mail Tracked/Signed.

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