The body of the slop has a bullet shape with a flared mouth resting on four elegant legs tipped with little hooved feet. Around the middle is a repoussé floral band. Etched into the upper body is a rectangular cartouche surrounded by a border of hanging banners. The cartouche is blank but was intended for a monogram. The lower half of two sides of the body has a simple garland in the shape of the letter “z”.
On the bottom is the hallmark for Manhattan Silver company, the number “184” and four hand engraved numbers (I believe they are 4892).
6 3/8” (16.2 cm) tall x 4 1/8” (10.5 cm) diameter. Weighs 14.8 oz (420 g)
There are no dings, cracks, or deep scratches. The piece was re-silvered and has a fair amount of silver
The slop is such an elegant place to place your used tea bags and wrappers when serving coffee or tea. I just love those hooved feet.
Antiques and Collectibles from China, Japan and around the World
Welcome to our shop.