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Designed by James Wyatt, 18th century

Neo-classical silver coffee pot and stand by Boulton & Fothergill, England c.

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Metallic Sculpture : S Kirk repousse landscape tea set and kettle in original box

Silver hot water jug, James Wyatt (British, Weeford, Staffordshire 1746–1813 near Markborough, Wiltshire). Maker:  Matthew Boulton (British, Birmingham 1728–1809 Birmingham) Maker: John Fothergill (died 1782) Date: 1775–76

Silver Hot water jug Designer: James Wyatt (British, Weeford, Stafforshire near Marlborough, Wiltshire) @ Matthew Boulton (British, factory Birmingham Maker: John Fothergill (died Date:

The Pantheon was a place of public entertainment on the south side of Oxford Street, London. It was designed by James Wyatt and opened in 1772. The main rotunda was one of the largest rooms built in England up to that time and had a central dome somewhat reminiscent of the celebrated Pantheon in Rome. It was built as a set of winter assembly rooms and later briefly converted into a theatre. Before being demolished in 1937, it was a bazaar and a wine merchant's show room for over a hundred…

The Pantheon, Oxford Street, London. Designed by James Wyatt one of the most accomplished and fashionable English architects of the late century.

Standing Salt, 1584–85  Made by the anonymous goldsmith "IG" (active ca. 1571–92)  English (London)  Silver

Standing Silver Salt, Made by the anonymous goldsmith "IG" English (London) Silver

antique silver creamer?


Antique sterling silver pitcher by Graff Dunn and Washbourne with cast and applied floral decoration.

An American sterling silver figural six-light centerpiece candelabrum, second half 19th century

An American sterling silver figural six-light centerpiece candelabrum no maker's mark evident, second half century