COFFEE POT - 9 height from base to top. 9 diameter from handle to end of spout. 5 ½ body diameter (not including handle or spout).
Weight - 33.76 oz. 6 ½ height from base to highest point of lid. 4 ¼ height from base to top not including lid. 9 ½ diameter from handle to spout. 3 ¼ across sitting base.Weight - 32.52 oz. 7 ½ diameter handle to handle. 5 ¾ body diameter (not including handles). 3 ¾ across sitting base. Weight - 22.15 oz. 3 ½ height (handles come up higher). 6 diameter handle to handle. 4 ½ body diameter (not including handles).
2 ¾ across sitting base. Weight - 13.72 oz. 3 ½ height at its highest. 4 opening at widest point (to spout). 5 ½ diameter from handle to end of spout.
Weight - 11.18 oz. 15 ½" by 21" not including handles.
Weight - Roughly 6.25 lbs. The Wilcox Silver Plate Co. 1980 was formed in Meriden, Connecticut. From 1865 to 1867, it was known as the Wilcox Brittania Co.
In 1898, the company was acquired by the International Silver Company. After the acquisition, the Wilcox Silver Plate Co.Brand continued until at least c. Designs are in several museum collections including the Art Institute of Chicago. Bloomfield Hills, MI; Dallas Museum of Art. Atlanta; Los Angeles County Museum of Art. NJ; New Orleans Museum of Art. In Miami Beach; and Yale University Art Gallery. Over the years, Wilcox Silver Plate Co. Designs have been exhibited in several museum exhibitions in the United States and beyond since at least 1934. In 2005-07, designs were included in the touring exhibition Modernism in American Silver: 20th-Century Design, organized by the Dallas Museum of Art, which also travelled to the Smithsonian Institution.
One of the most exhibited Wilcox Silver Plate Co. / International Silver Company designs is the space-age looking urn designed by Eliel Saarinen. The urn was exhibited in St. On June 11, 2014, a Paul Lobel-design tea set for Wilcox Silver Plate Co. In 2005-07, designs were included in the touring exhibition.
Modernism in American Silver: 20th-Century Design. Organized by the Dallas Museum of Art, which also travelled to the. This item is in the category "Antiques\Silver\Silverplate\Tea/Coffee Pots & Sets". The seller is "niqui49" and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States.