A very fine early Georgian silver coffee pot of tapered cylindrical form on a raised moulded foot. The spout of octagonal form with a wide flared pouring mouth.The stepped domed lid with a bell shaped finial. The double C-scroll handle with scroll silver mounts. A contemporary armorial to one side depicting a lion rampant beneath a crown.
Marks struck to the underside for London 1732 by Edward Pocock. (See Grimwade p. 56) The inside of the lid with the lion passant.
This is a wonderful very early Georgian coffee pot in absolutely original condition with no damage or repair. The silver is of good thick gauge and of lovely colour and patina. The wooden handle is firm and also without damage. Marks clearly struck to the underside with some wear to the makers mark.