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Silver plated pots or jugs by Christopher Dresser

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All Items: Antiques: Decorative Art: Metals: Silver: Plate: Pre 1900: item # 1161064

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Silver plated pots or jugs by Christopher Dresser
A pair of silver plated jugs: one for coffee, the other for milk, both English and from the Arts & Crafts period. Bean ends to the lid handles, in the style of Christopher Dresser. Christopher Dresser is thought to have originated the idea of coffee beans as a design motif and many fin-de-siècle silver plated utensils with wooden coffee beans (such as the coffee spoons in pic 1) are attributed to Dresser. Both jugs have been re-plated. Marks for Hukin & Heath Ltd and model number 7018 to one jug, both marked 1 O. From 1978 up to the 1890’s Dresser made designs for H & H. Height, handles included: "5 ½ / 13,5 cm. Condition: fine. As for spoons: please see separate heading

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