The porcelain and sterling silver tea pot was produced in Trenton, New Jersey by Lenox around 1906. The pot measures 9 ½” from handle to spout and 6 ¼” high including the lid. The lid locks into the pot. The photos show the porcelain being a bit off white, but it is actually more ivory colored, more so than the average Lenox piece. It has the letter “S” engraved into the plaque on one side. The silver overlay is finely engraved. Some of the silver overlay looks like a trellis and there are charming bows accenting the design. The pot appears to be transitional piece from art nouveau into art deco period. It is fine quality and high style.