Antique E.G. Webster & Sons Repousse Silverplate Coffee Pot with Wood Handle c.1890 (1.97lbs.) (H)9.75in. x (W)9.5in. x (D)5.5in. E.G. Webster opened his doors in (1860) and quickly gained traction as one of the leading Silversmiths in New York City, who specialized in creating: quality, ornate, Pieces of Holloware, with a particular emphasis in producing boldly, embossed, Repousse, patterns. We see evidence of such in this very Piece; (a Silverplate Coffee Pot with Wood Handle). In (1886), E.G. Webster expanded his business by bringing in a new Partner to his thriving company, that Partner being his Son, and thus E.G. Webster & Son was established. Known for their impressive integrity & durable designs, E.G. Webster & Son cornered the market that enabled one to host and serve: drinks (Cocktails), Coffee, and Tea, with a great degree of elegance & class. Such is the case with this Antique Coffee Pot. This particular Piece has an approximate production date of (1890). The Coffee Pot is comprised of a: thick, heavy, quality Piece of (American) Silverplate. The Coffee Pot is styled in accordance to the Art Nouveau period, with varying degrees of Victorian influence being displayed as well. The Repousse patterns that encircle the body of the Pot; as well as the Lid, are accentuated by an appropriate amount of Patina. This contrasts against the polished Silverplate to an impressive degree; offering optimal optics, while still preserving a sense of Victorian conservatism. The Handle is crafted out of a durable (Black) Wood. The Lid has an additional Piece of (Black) Wood affixed to its top, allowing for the Lid to be opened easily. The Lid is attached via a hinge; keeping the Coffee Pot a single Piece. The condition of the Coffee Pot should be noted, fore this Antique has been cared for well. There's some age-related, superficial, signs of wear, but none that alter the integrity of the Antique to any degree of significance. The E.G. Webster & Sons Repousse Silverplate Coffee Pot with Wood Handle is stored in a: dry, secured, environment, and will surely make for an exceptional addition to one's collection of quality Antiques to display.