Coffee pot

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Object Name: 
Coffee pot
Accession Number: 
H: 37 cm, D(max): 15 cm
Not on Display
about 1801-1900
Primary Description: 
Colorless and cranberry colored, presumably non-lead glasses; free-blown, gilded and enameled. Straight-side sloping circular foot, pear-shaped body tapering into long cylindrical neck with broad medial collar-rib and deep saucer rim; long spout with broad circular opening into body below neck; swirl-ribbed colorless solid loop handle with broad lower end attached opposite base of spout and upper end attached on neck above collar-rim; pewter-mounted bell-shape cover with stemmed-acorn finial, scrolled pewter thumbpiece hinged to pewter attachment at top of handle. Gold bands on cover, spout, neck and foot; gold swags on body around spout and handle and on sides above gold medallion with large white daisies and circles of five light blue dots, sprays of white flowers and leaves beneath spout and handle, scattered circles of five light blue dots and gold twigs on intervening spaces.
E. H. Mottahedeh & Sons, Source