chocolate pot, 1707/08, England, silver, wood. Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery, Exeter
striking old footed teapot
Antigua Roma al Día on
Cuenco de plata del tesoro de Boscoreale, se ve a el Emperador tiberio triunfante sobrenun carro (antigua roma)
Hot Milk Jug with Arms of Donegall. Bowles Nash (England, London, active beginning 1720). England, London, circa 1725.
A George III silver coffee pot. The baluster body and cover are decorated with rococo flowers and leaves. Wood scroll handle and acorn finial. Made by Lewis Herne & Francis Butty in London, 1761 Daniel Bexfield Antiques.
Silver Milk Jug Creamer by Gebruder Dingeldein Hanau Germany Circa 1870
Silver Milk Jug Creamer by Gebruder Dingeldein Hanau Germany Circa 1870.
Sugar caster - London, 1762-63. John Delmestre (maker). On the grandest tables, the sets of casters would be grouped around an epergne (an ornamental table piece, often with several bowls) displaying fruit, so that the guests could help themselves to the condiments.
A E Warner Baltimore Landscape 11 oz mustard pot
Silver ewer by David Willaume , 1742 part of the silver collection at Dunham Massey, photographed for the Country House Silver book.