Offered for your consideration is this magnificent Early 20C Antique French Gilt Sterling Silver Traveling Kettle by great Parisian silversmith G. Keller, 1881-1921. This gorgeous Traveling Kettle is wholly made of massive sterling silver with vermeil gilt finish (gold-washed over sterling silver,) including the burner and the stand. Extended removable handle is ebony. The lid is finely embellished with gadroon edge and having Art Deco styling semicircular hinged handle. Hallmarked French Minerva No.1 mark on each part, guaranteed .950 purity sterling silver used in Paris since 1838. Maker mark and sign of G. Keller.
The burner is in perfect working condition! This is simply a fabulous find to be treasured for many years to come. Great collector's piece - Don't miss out!
Measurements & Condition
15.3 cm (6 inch) high x 9.5 cm (3.7 inch) diameter.
Weight of Gilded Sterling Silver (without handle) 543.3 grams (19.16 oz)
Total Weight including the Handle 567.9 grams (20.03 oz).
Excellent Condition! Some usual age-related light scratch marks and a few slight, hollow dents on the surface of kettle. Otherwise in quite excellent shape and all the functions working perfectly, including the burner. Please refer the detail photos I added.
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