Crichton Bros..958 Pure Silver Britannia Coffee Pot - 1912 For SaleCRICHTON BROS..958 PURE BRITANNIA SILVERCHOCOLATE POTMADE BY LIONEL A. CRICHTON1912
WOW! ITS SO HARD TO FIND .958 PURE BRITANNIA SILVERBUT IT'S EVEN HARDER TO FIND ONE OF THE GREAT PURVEYORS OF BRITANNIA TO AMERICADURING THE LATE 1800'S AND EARLY 1900'S
AT THAT TIME BRITTANIA WAS NO LONGER THE ASSAY REQUIREMENT OF THE REALMIT WAS USED VOLUNTARILY FOR THE FINEST PIECES
THIS BEAUTIFUL COFFEE POT IS IN WONDERFUL CONDITION AS CAN BE EASILY SEEN BY 8 PICTURESTHERE IS A SMALL DING ON THE BASE EDGE AS CAN BE SEEN IN PICS 7 AND 8
MY THANKS TO uwe7851FOR HIS ASSISTANCEIF YOU LOVE ANTIQUE SILVER YOU HAVE TO VISIT HIS SITE
THE OTHER 2 PICTURES ARE AN ORIGINAL AD BY CRICHTON BROS.THE AD WAS IN THE JUNE, 1910 ISSUE OF "COUNTRY LIFE IN AMERICA"TALKING ABOUT THE BRITANNIA SILVERAND CHANGES IN THEIR PRICING FOR THE AMERICAN MARKETTHIS ORIGINAL AD IS INCLUDED WITH THE PIECE
THE QUALITY OF THE PAGE HAS DETERIORATED FROM THIS PHOTO OF IT
IT IS A FREE EXTRA SO IT HAS NO EFFECT ON THE PRICE OF THE PIECETHIS PIECE STANDS 8" HIGHIT WEIGHS 602 GRAMS
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