DescriptionAN AMERICAN COIN SILVER THREE-PIECE COFFEE SERVICE
Geraldus Boyce, New York, New York, circa 1840
Marks: G. BOYCE, N.Y.
11-1/8 inches high (28.3 cm) (coffee pot)
81.67 troy ounces
The set comprising coffee pot, covered sugar bowl and creamer, raised round bodies divided by lobed melon reeding, die-rolled acanthus leaf borders applied at edge of base, base body juncture, shoulder, and rim, cast S-form handles with foliate furls, domed stepped covers with pineapple finial, hinged lid to coffee pot with S-form split spout with applied foliate design, each piece monogrammed M.E.L.
slight pin dent to left of monogram of covered sugar bowl, otherwise in fine condition with surface scratches commensurate with age
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