This listing is for a early 19th Century American Coin Silver over-sized creamer and sugar made by a New York silversmith Peter Chitry. He established his workshop in New York City in 1812 and was active until 1850 although he also worked in Philadelphia PA during the year 1814. This set has an unusually large body decorated with an embossed band around the upper edge and upper shoulder area with large embossed paw feet and a large fruit design finial. Marked with two "P. Chitry" stamps. Combined weight is 1095 grams.
Dimensions: Lidded sugar measures 6 1/2" high (to tip of finial), 9" wide (handle to handle) and 4 3/4" deep. Weighs 695 grams. Creamer measures 6 1/4" high, 6 1/4" wide (spout to handle) and 3 3/4" deep. Weighs 400 grams.
Condition: Each piece is in very good Estate condition reflecting only minor signs of normal wear. There are some very minor dings around edge of lid and some no-harm rubbing on the interior from years of use. No other flaws or repairs.