WOOD SILVER TEA KETTLE c1850 CAPT. A historically important mid 19th century W. Wood silver teak kettle & Stand. Engraved for the Williams family, descended without interruption in the family until the present time.
Captain Williams (mother's side of family) Lansing, was the lead architect. Of the Pan American Exposition, Buffalo, NY in 1901.As well as other notable structures. The kettle & stand was retailed in William Schenck's shop at 367 Broadway, Manhattan.
Stout pear shape with flower and vine framed shield, one with Williams engraved. Streaming garland, floral streams and partial satin surfaces. Cover retains the original flame form, fiery bud finial above twin ruffled gadroon layers. Overhead swing handle, original heat stops.Richly cast layered shell mount grape and leaf panel spout. The vented support stand retains both chained securing pins and the original. Atop shell crown vine frame scroll feet united by floral and scroll.
The c1850 Captain Lansing silver kettle and stand 13 inches tall weighs 57 standard ounces. Kettle interior clean as if little used. Rich silver throughout, original detail.
The item "WS Wood Silver Tea Set c1850 Capt. Williams Lansing" is in sale since Friday, March 8, 2019. This item is in the category "Antiques\Silver\Coin Silver (. The seller is "supershrink" and is located in Supply, North Carolina.This item can be shipped to United States.