Presenting for your consideration, this beautiful coffee pot, dating from the late 19th Century. I believe it was made in America and they were known as granite ware, or enamel ware. Most were done with pewter trim, however many firms offered optional silver plate trim (somewhat rarer) as is the case here.
The pot, which is 9 3/4" high, has an attractive goose neck spout. It is decorated, both front and back with a floral bouquet transfer ware design, done in colors of green, white, purple, brown and orange. The design is the same on both sides.
The base has a 4 1/2" diameter. It looks to be in very good antique condition, with no chips or ware to the enamel, and only a few very minimal scratches to the silver plate. It would look lovely in your Victorian kitchen.
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