A George III Silver Coffee Pot John King, London, 1776 of pear form, later chased with scrolls, flowers and floral swags, engraved on both sides with crest under an earl's coronet, the spout decorated with panels of lattice and acanthus, later leaf-capped scroll handle chased to match, together with a George III silver creamer, Maker's Mark O? possibly for Orlando Jackson, London, 1777, of baluster form with beaded borders and leaf-capped double-scroll handle engraved W, chased with flowers spaced by sweeping flutes, marked left of spout
coffee pot marked on base and cover, handle marked for George Ivory, London, mid 19th century 28 ozt 4 dwt Height 10 inches Estimate $ 700-900
The crest and coronet on coffee pot is that of the Earls of Cork, probably for Edmund Boyle, 8th Earl of Cork and Orrey (1767-1856). He was appointed a Knight of the Order of St. Patrick in 1835, and upon death was succeeded by his grandson Richard Boyle (1829-1904).
as noted re later decoration, a little overall wear, otherwise good, later handle probably added when pot was chased