NEWCASTLE.  A very fine George III Coffee Pot made in Newcastle in 1772 by John Jobson & James Hetherington.
NEWCASTLE.  A very fine George III Coffee Pot made in Newcastle in 1772 by John Jobson & James Hetherington.

NEWCASTLE. A very fine George III Coffee Pot made in Newcastle in 1772 by John Jobson & James Hetherington.

1772 Newcastle-upon-Tyne

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The Coffee Pot stands on a circular cast gadrooned foot. The plain baluster shaped body is engraved with an unusual contemporary Crest and a set of contemporary initials on the reverse. The high domed hinged cover terminates in a writhen finial and the cast spout is decorated with flutes and leaf capping. The Coffee Pot also has its original fruit wood handle and is fully marked in the foot. This piece is in excellent condition and certainly has a provincial feel to the design. The gauge and weight is exceptional.

Height: 11 inches, 27.5cm.
Length, spout to handle: 8 inches, 20cm.
Weight: 30oz
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