National Silver Coffee Pot
In 1890, Samuel E. Bernstein, established in New York City The National Silver Company, producing both sterling and silver plate, with several well-known sterling flatware patterns from the 1920s, to the 1940's. After that, several other silver firms, including Cheltenham & Company of Sheffield, England, F.B. Rogers Silver Company, and the Ontario Manufacturing Company were absorbed by National Silver. This piece we believe to be, from the - National Silver on Copper 3001 - logo was produced prior to the 1940's, and with it's classic filigree styled handle and decorated base to the art-decoish spout, it seems to be a product of the era of ease.
This item is used and does have some wear on it as well as some scratches. There is wear on the urn where the handle attaches to the body and also on the lid above the hinge attach point,and another at the bottom of the spout close to the attach point. On the lower left side of the spout there is some minor pitting and on the left side of the urn there are 3 less than 1/2" (1.3cm) scratches. The coffee pot measures 9 1/4" (23.5cm) tall to top of lid, 8 3/4" (22.2cm) from spout tip to filigree on handle, with a 4 3/8" (11.1cm) diameter base, and weighs 36.4oz (1033gr).