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Meridan Britannia Silver Tipping Tea Pot with Birds

$1,000.00 $499.00
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Silver Tipping Tea Pot with Birds by Meridan Britannia.  This is marked with the Meridan Britannia marks and Patten 1868.

This is very fine condition and is just beautiful, and Silver Shinny. It is quite heavy.

The ornamentation is just exquisite.  This is a real Show Piece.  This is very brite and the pictures don't do it justice. There is no tarnish on the piece.

A little about the maker:

The Meriden Britannia Company was formed in 1852 in Meriden, Connecticut. The Rogers Bros firm was purchased by Meriden Britannia in 1862, thereby acquiring the 1847 Rogers Bros line. In 1878, they had a store at Union Square in New York City and a manufacturing facility in West Meriden, CT. According to their 1878 catalogue, the company won a first place medal at the 1876 Centennial Exhibition in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania for the "large variety of silver plated white metal hollow ware, of excellent quality and finish, and of tasteful designs." They were one of the original companies that joined together to form the International Silver Co. in 1898.

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