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An American Silver Coffee Pot, Joseph Richardson Jr., Philadelphia, circa 1800

Estimate:

7,000

to
- 10,000 USD

An American Silver Coffee Pot, Joseph Richardson Jr., Philadelphia, circa 1800

An American Silver Coffee Pot, Joseph Richardson Jr., Philadelphia, circa 1800

Estimate:

7,000

to
- 10,000 USD

An American Silver Coffee Pot, Joseph Richardson Jr., Philadelphia, circa 1800


on a scalloped base with matching body, the spout fluted, with fluting repeated on the urn finial

marked on underside I.R twice in rectangle and with scratch weight 33 = 4

36.4 oz. gross

1132 g

height 14 1/2 in.

36.83 cm

Minor dents to ribs, handle probably replaced and now brightly lacquered, engraving probably removed from central point on one side, otherwise good.


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An identical pot by this maker can be found in Martha Gandy Fales, Joseph Richardson and Family Philadelphia Silversmiths, Wesleyan University Press, p. 190.