Salver for a teakettle

Augustin Courtauld British

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The arms engraved on the side of the kettle are those of David Franks and his wife, Margaret Evans. Franks was born in New York, and the couple lived in Philadelphia. They moved to England after the Revolution. The present stand is similar to the original, which is in a private collection.

Salver for a teakettle, Augustin Courtauld (British, 1685–1751), Silver, British, London

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