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Antique Silver Gravy Argyle

Harris Kratz

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Antique Silver Gravy Argyle
Antique Silver Gravy Argyle
Antique Silver Gravy Argyle
Antique Silver Gravy Argyle

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Product Information

Era:

Antique; 1900-1910

Condition:

Good; wear to silverplate, minor dings

Country of Origin:

UK

Materials:

silverplate/mahogany

Size:

5.5" L x 7" W x 6.5" H

Color/Finish:

silver/brown

Care:

Hand-wash.

Why We Love This

Silverplate on copper gravy argyle made in England, circa 1900. Gravy is kept warm when hot water is put into the compartment between interior and exterior wall (via the short spout) and gravy is poured through elegant long spout on other side. Rare and unusual, fully marked on underside.
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Why We Love This

Silverplate on copper gravy argyle made in England, circa 1900. Gravy is kept warm when hot water is put into the compartment between interior and exterior wall (via the short spout) and gravy is poured through elegant long spout on other side. Rare and unusual, fully marked on underside.

About Harris Kratz

Partners Jay Harris and Paul Kratz are always on the lookout for unique furniture and accessories - modern, vintage, and antique - that work in today’s rooms and reflect the way people live and entertain now. Based in Manhattan, Harris and Kratz serve a host of top designers and collectors seeking vintage style for cutting edge interiors.