European Furniture & Decorative Arts
George III Sterling Silver Hot Water Urn, London, 1809-10, Henry Chawner, maker, urn-form, with reeded handles and lower gadrooned body, on a square plinth with four bracket feet, ht. 22 in., approx. 75.9 troy oz.
Finial dented into lid, solder at base of finial (probably restored) lid with metal fatigue at top edge, internal edge of lid dented inward (lid does not sit flush). One handle repaired. Scattered minor dents to body throughout, several larger shallow dents to backside. Lacking internal heating elements. One foot bent very slightly, still sits well.
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