Early Victorian Silver Plated Argyle
An early Victorian silver plated argyle. This was used to keep gravy warm. The side hinged opening is used to contain hot water. The curved spout is used for pouring. The side handle is wrapped in wicker. Gadroon mounted to top and bottom. This has been lightly polished with wear. c.1850 British made with a makers mark for Wilson & Sharp of Edinburgh Scotland stamped underneath.
Height excluding finial is approximately: 11.25cm (4.5")