1868 Early Aesthetic Assyrian Revival Rogers Smith Samovar Coffee Urn 160 Oz

1868 Early Aesthetic Assyrian Revival Rogers Smith Samovar Coffee Urn 160 Oz

1868 Early Aesthetic Assyrian Revival Rogers Smith Samovar Coffee Urn 160 Oz

1868 Early Aesthetic Assyrian Revival Rogers Smith Samovar Coffee Urn 160 Oz

1868 Early Aesthetic Assyrian Revival Rogers Smith Samovar Coffee Urn 160 Oz

1868 Early Aesthetic Assyrian Revival Rogers Smith Samovar Coffee Urn 160 Oz

1868 Early Aesthetic Assyrian Revival Rogers Smith Samovar Coffee Urn 160 Oz

1868 Early Aesthetic Assyrian Revival Rogers Smith Samovar Coffee Urn 160 Oz

1868 Early Aesthetic Assyrian Revival Rogers Smith Samovar Coffee Urn 160 Oz

1868 EARLY AESTHETIC ASSYRIAN REVIVAL ROGERS SMITH SAMOVAR COFFEE URN 260. The term “Aesthetic movement” Refers to the introduction of principles that emphasized art in the production of metalwork among other products and literature. The catalyst for its widespread popularity was the Philadelphia Centennial Exposition of 1876. There, in numerous displays, many Americans, artists, and craftsmen as well as the general public, were exposed to art objects from a great variety of nations and periods. Most writers on the Aesthetic Movement agree that its roots lie in the reaction to Industrialization in mid-19. Century England, one of the basics of this tendency was the strong appreciation for the beauty of the natural surroundings incorporating in many cases generally both exotic and historical sources of design and enhanced with influences of prior periods setting the scenario for subsequent concepts that basically evolved from this exciting time. ROGERS, SMITH & CO. Organised in 1857 by William Rogers Sr. The firm was merged in 1861 with Rogers Brothers Mfg Co under the presidency of William Rogers. The tools and the dies were bought in 1862 by Meriden Britannia Co transferring to Meriden the production of the 1847 Rogers Bros line under the direction of William Rogers. In 1863 Meriden Britannia Co bought the hollowware division. In 1865 the plating shop was transferred from New Haven to Meriden and merged with Meriden Britannia Co in 1866. Piecen Excellent conditions showing no dents monogram breaks or repairs original bright substantial plating outstanding attention to detail with extraordinary quality manufacture with minor signs of use perfectly working spigot clean inside barely used, no burner strong firm early production hard to find in such condition perfect as a display or stunning serving piece 19″ tall by 11″ wide 5.10lbs and liquid capacity 160 Oz. Stamped Rogers Smith & Co New Haven Conn 1924. The item “1868 EARLY AESTHETIC ASSYRIAN REVIVAL ROGERS SMITH SAMOVAR COFFEE URN 160 OZ” is in sale since Thursday, August 23, 2018. This item is in the category “Antiques\Silver\Silverplate\Tea/Coffee Pots & Sets”. The seller is “california_bay_usa” and is located in San Francisco, California. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Style: AESTHETIC
  • Age: 1850-1899
  • Pattern: ASSYRIAN REVIVAL
  • Composition: Silverplate
  • Brand: MERIDEN B COMPANY

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Ice water Pitcher, Egyptian Revival, silverplate, Rogers, ivy, patent 1854-68

Ice water Pitcher, Egyptian Revival, silverplate, Rogers, ivy, patent 1854-68

Ice water Pitcher, Egyptian Revival, silverplate, Rogers, ivy, patent 1854-68

Ice water Pitcher, Egyptian Revival, silverplate, Rogers, ivy, patent 1854-68

Ice water Pitcher, Egyptian Revival, silverplate, Rogers, ivy, patent 1854-68

Ice water Pitcher, Egyptian Revival, silverplate, Rogers, ivy, patent 1854-68

Ice water Pitcher, Egyptian Revival, silverplate, Rogers, ivy, patent 1854-68

Ice water Pitcher, Egyptian Revival, silverplate, Rogers, ivy, patent 1854-68

Ice water Pitcher, Egyptian Revival, silverplate, Rogers, ivy, patent 1854-68

Ice water Pitcher, Egyptian Revival, silverplate, Rogers, ivy, patent 1854-68

Ice water Pitcher, Egyptian Revival, silverplate, Rogers, ivy, patent 1854-68

Ice water Pitcher, Egyptian Revival, silverplate, Rogers, ivy, patent 1854-68

Circa 1870 Renaissance Victorian silverplate ice water pitcher, Rogers, Smith & Co New, Haven, CN, under two patents, 1-Jas Stimpson 1854 & 1868 reissue (double-wall insulating body), 2-WW Lyman, 1858 (hollow double-wall flap, gravity operated, shutting in body of double wall / throat of spout). Silverplate double-wall body, scrolled engraved design of scrolling ivy with stippled leaves, Egyptian Revival lady head on open handle with rosette and palmette motif, hinged double-wall lid with palmette/berry motif on square finial, ears of corn & basket motif under spout with ribbon tied double torches on top of spout. 12 tall, 10 spout to handle, 7 dia base. Weight- 4.5 lbs. Condition solid, no breaks or repairs, shows some wear to silver, two light dents on one side of body. Rogers, Smith & Co. The RS&Co, New Haven plant continued to 1877 continuing to use RS&Co marks 1862-77. Selection of items from local estates. The item “Ice water Pitcher, Egyptian Revival, silverplate, Rogers, ivy, patent 1854-68″ is in sale since Tuesday, April 25, 2017. This item is in the category “Antiques\Silver\Silverplate\Pitchers & Jugs”. The seller is “circa19century” and is located in Century, Florida. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Age: 1850-1899
  • Composition: Silverplate
  • Maker: Rogers, Smith & Co
  • Type: Pitchers & Jugs
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