DescriptionA VICTORIAN SILVER PLATED HOT WATER URN
Maker unidentified, England, circa 1850
21-3/4 inches high (55.2 cm)
112 ounces (gross)
The two-handled hot water urn on base with four shell-form feet, repoussé floral motif within stylized pattern, ivory handle to spout, spire-form finial to cover.
A dent to one handle on the upper half, the interior rim of the cover is out of round, small crack to plating inside cover, loss to silver plating and surface scratches commensurate with age.
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