Rare Georgian Copper Coffee Pot, English Early 1800s

£195.00 

  • Rare Georgian Copper Coffee Pot, English Early 1800s
  • Rare Georgian Copper Coffee Pot, English Early 1800s
  • Rare Georgian Copper Coffee Pot, English Early 1800s
  • Rare Georgian Copper Coffee Pot, English Early 1800s
  • Rare Georgian Copper Coffee Pot, English Early 1800s

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Category: Coffee pot

Tall coffee pot in copper, of a tapered shape wit ha removable top coffee grains sifter compartment; antique English Neo-Classical, Regency early 1800s.

Condition: some surface wear, minor surface dents

Size: Length: 22 cm Height: 34 cm Diameter: 15 cm

Style note — Neo-classical style looks back at and draws its design inspiration from the ancient Greece and Rome, and uses those elements in decoration. Most neo-classical items are defined by straight and clean lines, elegant repetitive floral patterns, floral garlands and gadrooning.

Facts of Lavish Tea tips — tea cosy for keeping a teapot warm is an essential part of an English tea party. The first documented tea cosy dates from 1867 and it was a knit one.

Color: Copper

Country: English

Material: Copper

Style: Neo-classical