Regency sterling silver coffee pot on original stand c 1815

Regency sterling silver coffee pot on original stand c 1815

REGENCY! Day 16 of 21
A magnificent English Regency period sterling silver London made coffee pot on original stand, by William Edwards of London, 1815.
The stand with cast lion paw feet and richly gadrooned borders with clam shells and acanthus. The coffee pot with ribbed body and similarly cast rim. Mint original condition.
Made in 1815, the year of England’s Victory over Napoleon at Waterloo, for drinking the French preferred drink, coffee.
Other members of the family were to migrate to Australia in 1857, producing some of the finest examples of gold & silversmithing Australiana of the 19th century.
Height 24cm
UK origin c 1815

PRICE inc GST $2,750



REGENCY! 21 examples of Regency furniture & decorative arts, (mixed with a little architecture!), to please, tease & titillate, revealed over 21 days.
2020 marks the 250th Anniversary of the birth of Beethoven, and the 200th of the Prince Regent becoming King.
Regency design was produced in times of war, for pleasure.
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