George III Silver Biggin by Matthew Boulton

  • This silver biggin, or coffee pot, was crafted by Birmingham silversmith Matthew Boulton
  • It displays the artistry and high-quality craftsmanship associated with the Boulton name
  • Boulton primarily worked in silverplate, making this sterling biggin a rarity from the smith
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Item No. 31-3119

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This George III-era sterling biggin, or coffee pot, was crafted by Birmingham silversmith Matthew Boulton. Its baluster form is set upon a stand of paw feet equipped with a burner, and it retains its original scrolling wood handle and finial. Boulton, acclaimed for his remarkable silverplate, created a comparatively few pieces in sterling and examples such as this are quite a rarity.

Hallmarked Birmingham, 1807

7 1/4" wide x 6" deep x 11 1/2" high
George III Silver Biggin by Matthew Boulton
Maker: Boulton, Matthew
Period: 19th Century
Origin: England
Type: Tea & Coffee Pots/Services
Depth: 6.0 Inches
Width: 7.25 Inches
Height: 11.5 Inches
Style: Georgian

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