Francis Butty & Nich Dumee

English Silver Tea Urn

Second Half 18th Century

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Description

George III sterling silver tea urn made by Francis Butty & Nich Dumee in London in 1767.

  • Ovoid bowl with leaf-mounted and beaded twisted side handles.
  • Horizontal leaf-capped spout with leaf-mounted ornamental twist tap in stained wood.
  • Cover domed with flame finial.
  • Spool support mounted to wavy square base with claw-and-ball corner supports.
  • Fully marked with maker's stamp.
Condition Report
Revive
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Wear and scratches consistent with age and use.

Dimensions
Height: 21.5 inches / 54.61 cm
Width: 11.5 inches / 29.21 cm
Depth: 7.5 inches / 19.05 cm
Materials
Sterling Silver
Period
Georgian
Decorative Style
Traditional Style, Neoclassical Style
Country of Origin
England
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