Antique, silver plate, insulated, water pitcher with figural cherub and a woman's bust masthead by Wilcox circa 1870s. This tall and heavy pitcher is insulated and has enameled interior. The finial is a cherubic figure holding up a cup, On the handle is a figural woman/ masthead/ goddess bust and the body has an engraved deer on each side. This is a darker, matte silver finish that seems to be the style of the time, yet still shiny as well. the finial is shiny. The rim of the base has some damage, but it's still sits upright and appears only cosmetic. This is still a gorgeous piece for display or use.
Measurements: approx 10" tall x 10" wide handle to spout. approx 7" diameter at its widest.
Marks: Quadruple Plate Wilcox Silverplate Co 321
This pitcher is in beautiful, antique condition and more beautiful in person as the camera seems to accentuate every flaw. There are some signs of age and use such as light surface scratches and some wear to the plating on the tip of the spout. There are some slight bruises on the body, but no dents and damage to the base rim as already mentioned. Still shiny even though matte. No other obvious damage
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