Antique sterling silver coffee pot by Edward, Edward junior, John and William Barnard 1842.
Baluster coffee pot in form from these renowned silversmiths. Splendid detailed repousse and engraving work to the body. The repousse scrolls are softened with fauna and flora and fine diamond pattern engraving. The fauna and flora design is beautifully executed with two main bands, horizontally leading from handle to spout. The body details two cartouche, one vacant and one engraved with the crest of Postlethwaite family. The swan neck styled handle has a thumb rest with acanthus leaf to top. The handle is connected via two ivory insulators with detailed ferrules connecting handle to body. The lid is beautifully chased and engraved matching detail with small scrolls. The lid is topped with a delightful fauna and flora finial with leaf detail that is exceptionally fine. The spout is ribbed to give a tree form similarity and handle to collate the theme. The coffee pot sits on an elegant stand with scroll and relief work feet. This silver Barnard coffee pot is assayed to the base, inside the coffee pot lid and to the finial.
Beautiful sterling silver coffee pot that exhumes quality from the Barnard family. Everything is in great condition. Handle tight in ferrules, pins secure to handle and lid, coffee pot lid without play to the hinge. All assay marks in very good order. The crest is slightly rubbed but still well defined. Vacant cartouche has no thinning or removal. All without deep scathes and dents, surface marks representative of age.
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