Georgian, early George II, silver coffee pot, with later engraved detail on a spreading circular foot. Of lobed form with vertical ridges and ebonised scroll handle.
Crested for the family of Sewell and likely to have been in the possession of The Reverend William Sewell (1721 - 1800), who was Rector of Headley in Surrey. A heraldry report accompanies this item.
In excellent condition with light surface wear commensurate with age. Small traces of silver solder to the underisde of the base and a repair to one of the vertical ridges (seen in 1st and 5th photos).
Hallmarked to the underside of the base for London 1735 by John Fossey.
Approximate weight is 884 grams, or 28 troy ounces.
Approximate dimensions are 25 cm height, 10 cm depth and 20 cm handle to spout length.