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Antique Silver George III Coffee Pot made in 1800 with (Christopher Tower of Weald Hall Crest)

£1,800

Maker: John Emes

A fine vase shape George III Silver coffee pot which stands  on an oval foot with a reeded (or thread) border and has an elegant swan neck spout.

Date 1800
Made By John Emes
Location London
Stock Number SA27x45
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SA27x45
Date:
1800
Maker: John Emes
£1,800
Description

A fine vase shape George III Silver coffee pot which stands  on an oval foot with a reeded (or thread) border and has an elegant swan neck spout.

The lid is surmounted by an acorn shape finial.

The coffee pot bears the crest of Christopher Tower of Weald Hall Essex. He owned a 500 acre estate designed by Capability Brown and his dining room was designed by Robert Adam himself.

The coffee pot is in excellent condition and is of a large 1350 ml capacity (approximately 2.33 UK pints).

Dimensions, height 29.5 cm.

Weight, 27.5 troy oz.

Maker
John Emes

Ostensibly the son of William Emes of Bowbridge Field near Derby surveyor, apprenticed to William Woolett of Green Street, Leicester Fields Citizen and Goldsmith, engraver on payment of £105 (one of the largest premiums recorded in the apprentice registers), 7 October 1778. Free, 5 July 1786.

First mark entered as a plate worker, in partnership with Henry Chawner on 27 August 1796. Address: Amen Corner. He presumably is dead in 1808, when Rebecca and William Emes entered their mark at the same address.

His work, mostly tea and coffee services with some tankards, shows a taste for elegant design and fine finish.

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Delivery Charges:
For the UK £15.00
For Europe £30.00
For the rest of World £50.00
The charges are subject to change

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