Victorian silver plate syrup by Great Eastern circa 1880Victorian silver plate syrup by Great Eastern circa 1880Victorian silver plate syrup by Great Eastern circa 1880Victorian silver plate syrup by Great Eastern circa 1880Victorian silver plate syrup by Great Eastern circa 1880Victorian silver plate syrup by Great Eastern circa 1880Victorian silver plate syrup by Great Eastern circa 1880Victorian silver plate syrup by Great Eastern circa 1880

A highly ornamental silver plate syrup pitcher with etching and repousse. Such an elegant and artistic syrup pitcher for your morning pancakes!

A tall tapering cylindrical vessel with a looped handle. The lid is hinged with a flat stop. The pouring spout is set back from the rim to help stop drips. The metal is heavy and originally had shiny silver plate; however the most of the silver has been polished off. The body has an etched design of flowers and berries. Above the base is a repousse band of floral scrolling. The foot is raised. The lid has polished up well, as has the repousse band and base.

There is a mark stamped on the middle of the base. GREAT EASTERN SILVERWARE CO. WARRANTED QUADRUPLE PLATE and the number 219. The wording forms a circle.

MEASUREMENTS
8 ¼” (21.0 cm) tall x 3 ½” (8.9 cm) diameter x 5” (12.7 cm) wide. Weighs 15.7 oz (445 g)

CONDITION
There are no dents, cracks, or breaks. The hinge on the lid is slightly loose. The piece would look amazing if it were re-plated.

A great large syrup that has much handwork and artistry.

Item ID: S-1774

Victorian silver plate syrup by Great Eastern circa 1880

$115 USD


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