Tiffany silver plated kettle on stand with ivory finial, heat diffusers and large handle. Plating is in excellent shape with some dings around the body of the kettle that can easily be pushed out. There is a monogram on one side "MAC". It has a very unusual burner that is missing what I think is the cap to snuff out the flame. The rest of the mechanism is there and is very much like a lamp burner with a cylinder shaped wick. The oil would be held in the round tube-like reservoir. It is marked on the bottom with the letter "H" which might help date it but I would be safe to say it is fairly early 20th century. It measures 13 1/2" tall by 8" wide (not counting the handle). The handle alone is 6 1/2".